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AMERICAN CIVILIZATION UNITED STATES HISTORY 170 Rhett S. James Marcio Carvalheiro History 170 Chapter 9 October 7, 2008 Jacksonian America 1. Two Party System By the late I 820s, this new idea of party had spread beyond New  York. The election of Jackson in 1828, the result of a popular movement  that stood apart from the usual political elites, seemed further to legitimize  it. In the 1830s, finally a fully formed two-party system began to operate at  the national level. The anti—jackson forces began to call themselves the  Whigs. Jackson’s followers called themselves Democrats, thus giving a  permanent name to what is now the nation’s oldest political party. 1 2. Anti – Federalism Calhoun had once been an outspoken protectionist and had strongly  supported the tariff of 1816. But by the late 1820s, many South Carolinians 
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