Unformatted text preview: • Built on the expected gift of the contributors to the party V. Cabinet Crises and Nationalistic Setbacks • Consoled the newspapers for news about critics • In 1831, Secretary of War John H. Eaton had married Peggy O’Neale, which was scandalous • Calhoun resigned as vice-president and turned increasingly sectionalist. • Jackson was hostile to roads and canals, only allowed interstates VI. The Webster-Hayne Forensic Duel • New England didn’t want so many people going to the West so they proposed a resolution designed to curb the sale of public lands • The South and Hayne wanted this to be nullified because they were rivals with the North • Webster and the North said that the states should be able to decide VII. Websterian Cement for the Union • Webster’s ideas were spread in print and even reached a young Lincoln • Jackson had to make a decision on the state’s rights...
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- Fall '08
- Andrew Jackson, Dan Herber Period, Jackson commanded fear, White House Jackson, party Cabinet Crises