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The deadlock of territorial expansion along the Missouri Compromise line (1836-1848)

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  1. The Texas issue and the acquisition of Oregon (1836-1846)
  2. The Mexican-American War (1845-1848)

The 1840s are associated with expansionism because this is the decade in which all arguments combined to justify a "land hunger" which had only been increasing since the beginnings of the American republic.
Agrarian Democrats saw the West as an antidote to urbanization and industrialization ; enterprising Whigs (especially in the N) looked to the new commercial opportunities of the West.

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