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staar chapter 12

Events that took place during Jacksons presidency

What was Jacksonian Democracy? The idea of spreading political power to all the people and ensuring majority rule.
Who Was Jackson and what were his beliefs? Andrew Jackson was a common man. He didn't want a national bank, wanted to move the Indians to resevered land, and get rid of the British troops that were still in America.
What were Jackson's policies on Native Americans? He forced treaties on the Indians, claimed their land, and moved them (by force) to new less fertile land.
What was the Tariff of Abominations? An 1828, law that raised tarrifs on raw materials and manufactured good; it upset Southerners who felt that economic interests of the Northeast were determinding national economic policy.
Explain John C. Calhoun's idea of Nulification. He was going to let the states be able to nulify (make void) the tarrif because he knew it wasn't fair to the southern states.
Explain state's rights. State's right are the ability to give power to each state to make laws.
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