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AGE OF JACKSON STAAR

AGE OF JACKSON

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TARIFF tax on imports or exports.
TARIFF OF ABOMINATIONS a protective tariff passed by the Congress of the United States on May 19, 1828, designed to protect industry in the northern United States. HIGHEST TARIFF IN U.S. HISTORY
JOHN Q ADAMS PRESIDENTIAL WINNER IN 1824, BEAT JACKSON IN A "CORRUPT BARGAIN?"
BATTLE OF NEW ORLEANS BATTLE THAT ENDED THE WAR OF 1812. MADE JACKSON A NATIONAL HERO
OLD HICKORY NICKNAME JACKSON WAS GIVEN BY HIS SOLDIERS
COMMON MAN JACKSON'S IDEA OF RUNNING AS A MAN OF THE PEOPLE
SUFFRAGE MEANS TO VOTE
CORRUPT BARGAIN DEAL BETWEEN HENRY CLAY AND JOHN Q ADAMS TO MAKE ADAMS PRESIDENT IN 1824
DEMOCRATIC PARTY NEW POLITICAL PARTY CREATED BY ANDREW JACKSON IN 1828
JACKSONIAN DEMOCRACY THE SPREAD OF POLITICAL POWER THAT SPREAD TO MORE OF THE "COMMON" PEOPLE AS A RESULT OF JACKSON'S ELECTION
KING ANDREW NICKNAME GIVEN TO JACKSON BY OPPONENTS THAT THOUGHT HE ABUSED HIS POWERS
VETO a constitutional right to reject a decision or proposal made by a law-making body
NULLIFICATION CRISIS THE IDEA THAT THE STATE HAS A RIGHT TO CANCEL A FEDERAL LAW IT CONSIDERS UNCONSTITUTIONAL
INDIAN REMOVAL ACT THE ACT THAT FORCED MANY NATIVE AMERICANS TO MOVE WEST OF THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER
TRAIL OF TEARS THE JOURNEY THE NATIVE AMERICANS TOOK FROM THE SOUTHEAST TO THEIR NEW LANDS IN OKLAHOMA
STATE'S RIGHTS RIGHTS OF THE STATES TO LIMIT THE POWER OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
JOHN C CALHOUN JACKSON'S VICE PRESIDENT, QUIT HIS JOB DURING THE NULLIFICATION CRISIS TO GO BACK TO SOUTH CAROLINA
SOUTH CAROLINA THREATENED TO SECEDE FROM THE UNION OVER THE TAX ON IMPORTS
GEORGIA THE STATE WHERE THE CHEROKEE NATION WAS LOCATED
OKLAHOMA AREA THE GOVERNMENT GAVE (FORCED ON) TO THE NATIVE AMERICANS
WORCESTER V GEORGIA SUPREME COURT DECLARED THAT THE NATIVE AMERICAN'S WERE PROTECTED BY THE CONSTITUTION AND GEORGIA COULD NOT FORCE THEM OUT
SPOILS SYSTEM practice in which a political party, after winning an election, gives government civil service jobs to its supporters, friends and relatives as a reward for working toward victory, and as an incentive to keep working for the party
SECEDE withdraw formally from membership in a federal union, an alliance, or a political or religious organization:
ANDREW JACKSON WINNER OF THE 1828 AND 1832 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS
ALL WHITE MEN COULD VOTE, DIDN'T HAVE TO OWN PROPERTY ANYMORE WHAT CHANGED IN VOTING QUALIFICATIONS THAT HELPED JACKSON WIN THE PRESIDENCY?
FALSE TRUE OR FALSE. THE SUPREME COURT RULED AGAINST THE CHEROKEE NATION IN WORCESTER VS. GEORGIA AND HAD THEM REMOVED.
AMERICAN SYSTEM HENRY CLAY'S PLAN TO TAX IMPORTS AND USE THE MONEY TO BUILD ROADS AND CANALS
DANIEL WEBSTER SENATOR WHO ARGUED THAT NULLIFICATION WAS WRONG AND STATES' MUST FOLLOW FEDERAL LAWS
BANK OF THE UNITED STATES WHAT INSTITUTION DID JACKSON SAY ONLY SUPPORTED THE WEALTHY AND BUSINESSMEN?
VETOED THE CHARTER AND DEMANDED THE MONEY BE GIVEN TO STATE BANKS HOW DID JACKSON EFFECTIVELY END THE BANK?
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