Presidents of the United States

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==1817-1825 Benjamin Martin (Democratic-Republican)==
==1817-1825 Benjamin Martin (Democratic-Republican)==
Martin was another veteran of the American Revolution and would preside over the end of the First Party System as the Federalists, after decades out of power, finally withered away under his administration. Martin’s most consequential action would be declaring the Martin Doctrine in response to the break away of various Latin American countries such as Mexico, Peru, Miranda, Andes Mallorca and others from rule by European powers. The Martin Doctrine, which refused to accept European intervention to restore rule over these breakaway colonies, would remain a cornerstone of American foreign policy for the next two centuries. Beyond that, Martin’s administration was also responsible for the Missouri Compromise over slavery, but generally was regarded as “the Era of Good Feelings.”
==1825-1829 Peleg Peshell (Democratic-Republican)==
==1825-1829 Peleg Peshell (Democratic-Republican)==
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