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STAAR Chapter 12

Andrew Jackson

What was Jacksonian Democracy? Jacksonian Democracy was a political movement where greater democracy was symbolized by american politician Andrew Jackson and his supporters.
Who was Jackson and what were his beliefs? Poor man who worked his way to the top and believed in the common man.
What were Jackson's policies on Native Americans? Andrew Jackson's policy on Native Americans was to remove them with the trail of tears
What was the Tariff of Abominations? Tariff imposed on all imported goods. It also limited the importation from Britain.
Explain John C. Calhoun's idea of Nullification John C. Calhoun's idea of nullification was that state law could overrule the federal law.
Explain state's rights Theory that states had the right to judge when federal government had passed an unconstitutional law.
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