is 6 parts of chapter 12 that explain whats going on
president Madison's dilemma: protecting sailors and settlers
The war of 1812
president James Monroe dilemma a new foreign policy challenge
President James Madison took office in 1809. He tried to a new approach to protect Americans at sea. he had offered France, and great Britain a deal to stop attacking his ships but people went into back into war.
The Monroe doctrine
it was a series of economic sanctions by the British and French against the US as part of the Napoleonic Wars and American outrage at and to the British practice of impressiveness, especially after the Chesapeake incident of 1807.
Adams pursues peace
James Monroe became president in 1817. After the excitement of the War of 1812, he was relieved to return the nation to its policy of isolationism
Jefferson's dilemma dealing with pirates
was a United States policy of opposing European colonialism in the Americas beginning in 1823. ... President James Monroe first stated the doctrine during his seventh annual State of the Union Address to Congress.
In Feb. 1799 Adams sent a group of men to France to work for peace. Thus, making many federalists leaders upset with the situation.Jefferson defeated Adams in the election, and the Federalist Party lost much of its support.
cause of the U.S. participation was pirates from the Barbary States seizing American merchant ships and holding the crews for ransom, demanding the U.S. pay tribute to the Barbary rulers. United States President Thomas Jefferson refused to pay this tribute. Sweden had been at war with the Tripoli-tans since 1800.