#1
Inspired by the James Madison Thread.

I think he had to of had a lot of balls or stupidity to tell the Industrialized European Nations that we won't let theme interfere with America. What do you guys think?
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#3
The agreement was just words at first and only became a serious foreign policy after Britain agreed to help the US support it.

Was it under Madison or Monroe that was the "era of good feelings"; its been awhile.
#5
Quote by HighPotency
Hooray for James Monroe


*leans over*


"Who's James Monroe?"


Why he is our fifth President, good sir.

I believe the era of "Good Feelings" was early Monroe.
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#7
EDITED: Was the only election (except for with George W, i believe) that there were not 2 opposing unified parties in the government.
Last edited by sik209 at Oct 8, 2008,
#8
Quote by HighPotency
Hooray for James Monroe


*leans over*


"Who's James Monroe?"

*looks at location*

*facepalm*