Unformatted text preview: march along the Trail of Tears; conditions were very harsh and many Indians died. Additionally, Congress created the Force Bill and the compromise tariff of 1833. The Force Bill gave Jackson the military powers he wanted and the compromise tariff stipulated taxes. Lastly, during the Jacksonian period of democracy Jackson attacked the federal bank by removing deposits from Nicholas Biddle’s volts. Jackson had to overcome resistance in his own cabinet in order to do this....
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- Fall '10
- Andrew Jackson, Native Americans in the United States, jacksonian period, 19th Century Reform