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  • ...sident of the United States]] (1817-1825), best known for sponsoring the [[Monroe ...and at Monmouth but resigned from the [[army]] in 1778. From 1780 to 1783 Monroe studied [[law]] under [[Thomas Jefferson]], then governor of Virginia. Thi
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  • ...1990). 706 pp. standard scholarly biography [http://www.amazon.com/James-Monroe-Quest-National-Identity/dp/0813912660/ref=sr_1_14/103-4827826-5463040?ie=U * Ammon, Harry. "James Monroe" in Henry F. Graff ed., ''The Presidents: A Reference History'' (1997)
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  • ...president of the United States (1817-1825), best known for sponsoring the Monroe Doctrine, and for presiding over a lessening of partisan tensions known as
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  • {{r|James Madison}} {{r|Monroe Doctrine}}
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  • ...1990). 706 pp. standard scholarly biography [http://www.amazon.com/James-Monroe-Quest-National-Identity/dp/0813912660/ref=sr_1_14/103-4827826-5463040?ie=U * Ammon, Harry. "James Monroe" in Henry F. Graff ed., ''The Presidents: A Reference History'' (1997)
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  • ...sident of the United States]] (1817-1825), best known for sponsoring the [[Monroe ...and at Monmouth but resigned from the [[army]] in 1778. From 1780 to 1783 Monroe studied [[law]] under [[Thomas Jefferson]], then governor of Virginia. Thi
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  • *3: [[James Buchanan]] ''([[Democratic Party (United States)|D]])'' *5: [[James Dellet]] ''([[Whig Party (United States)|W]])''
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  • ...eat Britain. When his father was appointed [[Minister to the Court of St. James]] (Great Britain) in 1785, Adams returned to Massachusetts and entered [[H ...hent]] after the [[War of 1812]], and then as minister to the Court of St. James (Britain). He was generally considered to be one of the ablest American d
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  • ...em]], 1792-1820s. It was founded in 1791-92 by [[Thomas Jefferson]] and [[James Madison]]. Foreign policy was a central issue, as the party opposed Brit ...efferson]] (1800 and 1804), [[James Madison]] (1808 and 1812), and [[James Monroe]] (1816 and 1820). By 1900 Republicans dominated Congress and most state g
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  • {{r|James K. Polk}} {{r|James Madison}}
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  • {{r|James Buchanan}} {{r|James Garfield}}
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  • {{r|James Buchanan}} {{r|James Garfield}}
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  • {{r|James Buchanan}} {{r|James Garfield}}
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  • {{r|James K. Polk}} {{r|James Madison}}
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  • {{r|James Buchanan}} {{r|James G. Blaine}}
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  • {{r|James Madison}} {{r|James Monroe}}
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  • {{r|James Buchanan}} {{r|James Garfield}}
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  • {{r|James Buchanan}} {{r|James Garfield}}
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  • {{r|James Madison}} {{r|James Monroe}}
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  • ...very weak partisanship during the administration of U.S. President [[James Monroe]].
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  • {{r|James Madison}} {{r|James Monroe}}
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  • {{r|James Madison||#}} {{r|James Monroe||#}}
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  • {{r|James Madison}} {{r|James Monroe}}
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  • Image:Jamesmadison.jpg|James Madison Image:placeholder.jpg|James Monroe
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