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"corrupt bargain” When: 1824 Who: Election between JQA and Jackson (Clay prolly bribed congress) Where: Congress What: The election of 1824 was messy Adams wanted to win, but Jackson got more electoral votes Adams quietly asks Henry Clay for some help Henry clary fucking hates Jackson and agrees to get JQA the votes, but only as long as he gets to become Secretary of state Uh oh Jackson finds out about this little deal and gets pissed off Signif: JQA won i guess and went back to that hard core hamiltonian shit, with a sick tariff and the american system (roads and shit) "Exposition and Protest" When: 1828 Who: Calhoun (but in secret) Where: South Carolina What: Said South Carolina was going to secede from the union The south really really hated the Tariff of 1828 and were realllllyyyyyy not happy about it I mean yeah it was a pretty high tariff (20-25%) but cmon dude, chill signif: showed early tensions between the north and the south and that the western territories wouldn’t always side with the south, as they had voted the tariff into action. "pet banks" ** When: 1833 Who: Andrew Jackson Where: Kinda all over but pretty important in the west What: Jackson Made a big mistake honestly Destroyed the second bank of the U.S and gave money to lots of lil banks they created a national panic in 1837 because of massive inflation the banks were printing mad cash without the gold to back it up created species circular (land purchases must be in gold of silver) thrown into a spiraling depression signif: U.S economy was kinda shit because of this, it stopped expansion West because no one had gold or silver lieing around and really hurt Martin Van Buren's presidency American Colonization Society When: 1816 Who: Robert Finley ( a reverend a presbyterian minister from nj) Where: The american south and Africa (Liberia) What: Send em back to africa, people were still really really racist, but the northerners wanted the slaves gone because of the compromise. they hated that the south had more voting power but they still thought that the slaves were less than human (yikes) Signif: Well this eventually created liberia, a country in africa. Many African Americans did not want to go back to africa because they were multigenerational slaves, there home was in america
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American System When: 1816 ish Who: Henry Clay Where: America What: Tariff: Promotes american industry which was all in the north. U.S had factories now, well lil factories National Bank: Control commerce and land sales. make sure no more economic panics Internal Improvements: roads canals and later railroads. People and things could get places faster Signif: Connected the Western U.S with the rest of the U.S. helped us trade faster. Like a pretty good idea honestly but he made some enemies *cough* jackson *cough* so his plans were never really put into place.
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