16th October 2019

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Why do you think the era after the war of 1812 was called the era of good feelings?

Monroe was the first clear representative of the one-party system under the Republicans. His term in office became known as the Era of Good Feelings, in part because of the political cooperation stemming from one-party politics, and because of America's high morale after the War of 1812.

When was the end of the era of good feelings?

March 4, 1825
United States of America

What was the era of good feelings and why was it given that name?

The Era of Good Feelings was the name applied to the period in the United States corresponding with the term of President James Monroe, from 1817 to 1825. The phrase is believed to have been coined by a Boston newspaper shortly after Monroe took office.
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