Chapter 13. The Rise of Jacksonian Democracy

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Dan Herber Period 2 Ritter Chapter 13 The Rise of Jacksonian Democracy 1824- 1830 I. Politics for the People Democracy wasn’t well respected under the Federalists Politicians now had to appeal to the masses The ones who won were the ones that could connect the people the most Jacksonian Democracy said that whatever governing that was to be done should be done directly to the people The new democracy was based on universal male suffrage II. Nourishing the New Democracy People started to understand how the government and acts like tariffs helped their lives Bankers had an unfair advantage over farmers when it came to owning money Missouri Compromise awaken the South to the North’s trying to eliminate slavery Voter turn out was up New ways were formed to get votes Electoral college was picked more directly by the people III. The Adams-Clay “Corrupt” Bargaining The four running for president were all Republicans Since their was no clear winner, the House was making the final decision
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