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Chapter 10 Notables- elite who were apart of politics Decline of Notables and rise of parties Expansion of the franchise Franchise = right to vote Suffrage = right to vote No jail for debt Taxes are low to prevent rebellion Squatter rights – When government have land and need people to occupy it and they will give free land to move their and build and live for a certain amount of time American government invests in people By mid 1820s many states gave voting rights to white men who joined a militia or pay taxes Democratic politics were corrupt e.g. (notables would bribe people for votes) Patronage- giving people stuff in exchange for support; like lobbying Revolutionary-era American condemned political factions as anti-republic In the 1820s political parties appeared in many states made of middle-class lawyers and journalists Martin Van Buren changes Democratic-republicans into Democrats Democrats still support state rights and strict interpretation of the Constitution It was changed because democratic was still a word of democracy After John Adams- the Federalists party dissolved Now the Whigs v. Democrats Public machine- diverse social/ economic group of political party and more diverse input Spoils Systems The election of 1824
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