Age of Jackson-Age of the Common Man

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Age of Jackson—Age of the Common Man Is this the era of Democracy?
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What happened in the 1824 election?
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Who was Andrew Jackson and how did he come to symbolize an era of American History?
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1824 1828 1832 1836 | | | | ‘28 1830 ‘32 1837 Jackson’s Presidency
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What happened in the 1828 Election
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1788 1792 1796 1800 1804 1808 1812 1816 1820 1824 1828 1832 Washington Adams J.Q. Adams Jefferson Madison Monroe Jackson Early Presidents | | | | | | |
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Why was the election of Jackson in 1828 considered a victory for the “common man?”
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What policies did Jackson pursue in his presidency? Patronage—“spoils system,” vetoes Tariff policy led to the Nullification Crisis, Bank War Indian Removal Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek, and Seminole
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Did Jackson and his policies promote the interests of the average American?
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How did Jackson’s pursuit of these policies lead to the formation of the new political Party System?
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Unformatted text preview: Democratic RepublicansDemocrats National Republicans Whigs Who were the Democrats and Whigs? Identify the issues and supporters of both parties. Role of government? Balance of power between national v. state government Economic issuebank, tariff, internal improvements View of personal libertyfreedom Who? As a new party system emerged how was this new system that developed by the 1830s different from politics in the 1790s? National party system Style of campaigning High voter turnouts Party loyalty Competitive elections How was the Age of Jackson an era of increased democracy? Property requirement for voting ?? Presidential electors ?? Participation ?? Power of the presidency ?? How was the Age of Jackson NOT an era of increased democracy? Indian Removal...
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