APUSH - 1990 DBQ

APUSH - 1990 DBQ - Mehmet Bayram APUSH - DBQ February 20,...

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Mehmet Bayram APUSH - DBQ February 20, 2007 The Jacksonian democrats felt that they were the protectors of the constitution, political democracy, individual liberty, and equality of economic opportunity. Andrew Jackson was the President of the United States in the late 1820’s and early 1830’s, during that time he viewed himself as a regular working class man who was trying to make a living, or the common man. His followers were the common people too, plantation owners, the lower class and immigrants. He did not like slaves or Native Americans. The Jacksonian Democrats believed that they were the ones who guarded the constitution and made sure that it followed correctly. Document B was Andrew Jacksons veto message. The Constitution allows the president to veto a bill; Jackson abused that power. He vetoed the recharter bill for the Second Bank of the United States. Jackson never liked the bank; he believed it would have monopolized the industry. The veto disagrees that the Jacksonian Democrats were guardians of the
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This note was uploaded on 03/28/2010 for the course HISTORY APUSH taught by Professor Billiamvech during the Spring '06 term at Beacon FL.

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