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13.What is ironic about this image of Andrew Jackson? A)Jackson and his followers perceived him as a champion of democracy.B)Jackson considered himself an enemy of the British Empire.C)Jackson was actually a strict constructionist.D)Jackson was restrained in his use of executive power.E)Jackson's economic policies largely benefited American workers. 14.Henry Clay's support as speaker of the house for John Quincy Adams in the deadlocked 1824 presidential election was mainly due to 15.According to those quoted in the text, all of the following aspects of American society shocked European visitors EXCEPT 16. How are office seekers portrayed in this critique of the spoils system?
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17.Jacksonians portrayed John Quincy Adams as a man who A)maintained aristocratic pretensions.B)was financially corrupt and cheated on his taxes.C)sought political alliances with women.D)had been declared unfit for military service.E)lacked intelligence and common sense.18.The Whigs considered what person most responsible for the Panic of 1837?
19.How is Andrew Jackson's Indian policy portrayed in this cartoon? 20.What occurred to expand democracy in the United States in the 1820s and 1830s?

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