AHIS 3-18 - AHIS Andrew Jackson(Is the man 1824 o Henry Clay of KY The"Great compromise"American system internal improvement tariffs and banks o

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AHIS 3/18/08 Andrew Jackson (Is the man. ..) - 1824 o Henry Clay of KY The “Great compromise” “American system” – internal improvement, tariffs, and banks o John Quincy Adams Secretary of State – next in line o Andrew Jackson Jackson wins popular vote; most electoral votes But not majority House of Representatives will decide again Clay supports Adams “the corrupt bargain” o Adams names Clay as Secretary of State o No evidence to support claim - Presidency of JQ Adams o Tainted by “corrupt bargain” Elitism JQ Adams is a dying breed of a ruling elite that used to run the country o Nationalistic plan falls to sectional interest National University Roads, canals, harbor etc. Jacksonians criticize growing federal government o Jackson planned immediately after to campaign again o Elitism Makes states rights supporters appear more virtuous Swing back to state’s rights States rights, sectionalism, nationalism,
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course AHIS 100 taught by Professor Wittern during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Albany.

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AHIS 3-18 - AHIS Andrew Jackson(Is the man 1824 o Henry Clay of KY The"Great compromise"American system internal improvement tariffs and banks o

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