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Jacksonian Democracy

Jacksonian Democracy 'Veritas' questions.

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What was Andrew Jackson's nickname? Old Hickory
Where did Andrew Jackson receive his education? He was self taught
When did he become a hero? The War of 1812
What was unique about his election as president? He was the first president not from the original 13 colonies.
How did the people regard him? He was a man of the people.
Who was able to vote? How was this different from previous elections? Voting rights changed from propertied adult males to all adult males.
How did Jackson encourage his supporters after his election? He gave them federal jobs.
How did Jackson control the legislation he opposed. He used the Presidential Veto more than any other president.
What was Jackson willing to do to preserve a strong union? He was willing to take military action if threatened.
Why did Jackson remove control of federal money? He believed in a free enterprise.
Who were three important statesmen during this time? - Henry Clay - John Calhoun - Daniel Webster
At the end of Jackson's term in 1836, what two important events occurred? 1. America fought Santa Anna at the Alamo 2. Congress recognized Texas as an independent country after denying them statehood.
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