Interpreted the powers of Congress narrowly and vetoed more bills Had a group

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- Interpreted the powers of Congress narrowly and vetoed more bills- Had a group of advisors known as the “kitchen cabinet” due to not belonging to the official cabinet and having less influence of policy than members of earlier cabinetsPeggy Eaton Affair…- Peggy Eaton was the wife of Jackson’s secretary of state and the target of malicious gossip by other cabinet wives (much as Jackson’s recently deceased wife had been in the 1828 campaign)- When Jackson tried to force the cabinet wives to accept her socially, most of the cabinet resigned- This controversy also contributed to the resignation of Jackson’s vice president (John C. Calhoun) a year laterSupport or refute Andrew Jackson’s claim that Indian removal was done in the best interest of American Indians.One piece of evidence supporting your answer:One piece of evidence supporting the opposing view:How did the death of Rachel Jackson impact the President?The Presidency of Andrew Jackson Continued…Key Concepts & Main IdeasNotesAnalysisResistance to initiatives for democracy and inclusion included restrictive anti-Indian policies. Supreme Court decisionssought to assert federal powerover state laws and the primacy of the judiciary in determining the meaningof the Constitution. The nation’s transformation toa more participatory Indian Removal Act (1830)…- Jackson’s concept of democracy did not extend to natives- Thought the most humane way of getting rid of natives was to compel them to leave their traditional homelands and resettle west of the Mississippi- Signed the Indian Removal Act in 1830, forcing Native Americans to resettle- By 1835, most eastern tribes reluctantly complied & the Bureau of Indian Affairs was created in 1836 to assist the resettled tribes- Georgia and other states passed laws requiring the Cherokees to move west- Cherokees challenged Georgia in the courts, the Supreme Court ruled in Cherokee Nation v. Georgiathat Cherokees were not a foreign nation with the right to sue in a federal court- In Worcester v. Georgia, the high court ruled that the laws of Georgia had no What impact did John Marshall and the Supreme Court have on Indian policy? Explain.Who had greater power in this era, the Supreme Court or the Executive Branch? Explain.What other accomplishment in compromise did Henry Clay have (in addition to the Compromise Tariff of
democracywas accompaniedby continued debates over federal power, the relationshipbetween the federal government and the states, the authorityof different branches of the federal government, and the rights and responsibilitiesofindividual citizens. Many white Americans in the South asserted their regional identitythrough pride in the institution of slavery, insistingthat the federal government should defend that institution.force within the boundaries of Cherokee territory- Most Cherokees repudiated the settlement of 1835, which provided land in the Indian territoryTrail of Tears…- After Jackson left office, the US Army forced 15,000 Cherokees to leave

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