13.+Republican+Culture+and+Modern+Politics

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Unformatted text preview: Republican Culture & Modern Politics Politics A New Political Era Expanding Voting Rights,1821-1825 Divisions in Democratic-Republican Party Whigs (John Q. Adams) and Democrats (Andrew Jackson) Election of 1824 The American System (JQA & Henry Clay) Election of 1828 First Modern Political Campaign Democracy for White Men Only? Democracy in Action: Jackson’s Presidency Tariff of 1828 (Tariff of Abominations) NY Constitutional Convention Debates Voting Rights, 1821 Debates John Q Adams & Andrew Jackson John Elections of 1824 and 1828 Elections The American System The Internal Improvements Continuation of National Bank of US Federal funding for western exploration Increased tariffs to support US Increased manufacturing manufacturing SUPPORTED BY JQA & Henry Clay OPPOSED BY Van Buren, AJ, John OPPOSED Calhoun Calhoun The Growth of Parties The Modern Campaign Techniques, Andrew Jackson, 1828 Andrew State Party Conventions to nominate candidate Parades, Speeches, Rallies, etc Jackson travels country to build loyalty Different appeals to different sections Hickory Leaf—campaign logo PLUS Greater political participation by all Amers Cheap newspapers, increased literacy Voluntary associations and civic engagement Travelling lecturers, plays and dramatic readings 1828, First Modern Political Campaign Political Elections of 1824 and 1828 Elections Jackson’s Inaugural Party Jackson’s White Men Protect the Ballot, 1838 White Political Cartoon, Harper’s Weekly Political Harper’s Key Issues during Jackson’s Presidency Presidency Internal Improvements Jackson Opposes; Whigs Support ; AJ Wins Second Bank of the United States Jackson Succeeds in Killing Bank Tariffs Tariff of Abominations, 1828 South Carolina Nullification Act, 1828 & 1832 Federal Force Bill, 1832 Compromise Tariff (Henry Clay), 1832 Cherokee Removal The Tariff Crisis The The “Common Man” in Politics The ...
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