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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