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Chapter 10 Democratic Politics, Religious Revival, and Reform, 1824–1840
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FIRST STATE ELECTION IN MICHIGAN p264
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CHRONOLOGY p265
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DOROTHEA DIX p265
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The Rise of Democratic Politics, 1824–1832 Democratic Ferment The Election of 1824 and the Adams Presidency The Rise of Andrew Jackson and the Election of 1828 Jackson in Office Nullification The Bank Veto and the Election of 1832
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JOHN QUINCY ADAMS p269
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THE ELECTION OF 1828 Map 10-1 p269
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JACKSON AND THE BANK. p270
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WHIG POLITICAL BANNER, CA. 1840 p271
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The Bank Controversy and the Second Party System, 1833–1840 The War on the Bank The Rise of Whig Opposition The 1836 Election and the Panic of 1837 Log Cabins, Hard Cider, and a Maturing Second Party System
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JACKSON VERSUS THE BANK
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  • Fall '16
  • Andrew Jackson, John Quincy Adams, Henry Clay, William Lloyd Garrison, NEW ERA WHIG TRAP, Rise of Democratic Politics

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