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Name:Unit Four Big Question: In the early 1800s, how were the ideals of freedom and democracy defined? How did these definitions change during this time period?Section 1: Short-answer questions (30 points)A. President Andrew Jackson had to deal with a number of issues while he was in office. Three of these were nullification, the National Bank, and the Indian Removal Act. Write one or two sentences for each of the three, explaining what the issue was, why it was a problem for Jackson, and what he did about it. (4 points each, total 12 points)Nullification: : states that we have the right to turn down whatever federal law we want. An example of this were the tariffs on South Carolina.
The National Bank: : Jackson wanted to shut it down saying it was unconstitutional. He also was the only president to ever pay off the entire nation’s debt.
The Indian Removal Act: Campaign by President Jackson to move all indians to Oklahoma along the trail of tears In the 19th century.B. In the early 19th century, Native Americans and women were two groups of people who did not enjoy all the rights of most white male United States citizens. Put the following characteristics of these groups in the proper area. (1 point for each correctly placed item, 8 points total)●Belonged to fathers or husbands●Could only use influence at home●Could not own property●Could not vote●Could not hold office●Had no control over their lives●Not citizens●Forced to move from their lands