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Monroe's secratary of state. Also defeated Jackson in 1824 John Quincy Adams
Former military hero from Tennessee won the election against Adams Andrew Jackson
Idea of spreading political power to all people and ensuring majority rule Jacksonian democracy
Practice of giving government jobs to political bankers Spoils system
Invented a writing system for the Cherokee language Sequoya
In 1803 act called for government to negotiate treaties which would move Indians to the west Indian removal act
Native Americans would be moved to areas that covered what is now Oklahoma and parts of Kansas and Nebraska Indian territory
Th harsh journey of the Cherokee from their homeland to Indian territory Trail of tears
Led the Seminoles in their fight against removal Osceola
The foremost champion of state rights John c Calhoun
The raise of tariffs on raw materials and manufactured goods Tariff of abomination
The right to nullify or reject a federal law that is considered unconstitutional Doctrine of nullification
Debate over the doctrine of nullification happened in 1830 Webster-Hayne debate
He defended the nullification Daniel Webster
Withdrawal from the union if federal government tried to collect tariffs Secession
A increase in prices and decrease in the value of money was the outcome Inflation
Was elected president in 1836 , he made the economy in panic Martin Van Buren
Widespread fear of the states economy Panic of 1837
Or severe economic slump also caused hardships money shortage Depression
Named after a British party that opposed royal power Whig party
1840 the Whigs chose him from Ohio to run for president William Henry Harrison
And him for vice president John Tyler
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