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Chapter 10

TermDefinition
Andrew Jackson spread democracy through universal manhood suffrage
Spoils System a reward for party loyalists
Corrupt Bargain what John C. Calhoun called the hiring of Henry Clay as Adam's secretary of state
American System high tariffs, national bank, and federally sponsored internal improvements of canals and roads
Tariff of Abominations evidence that the federal government favored the North over the South
The Nullification Crisis South Carolina's attempts to nullify the government's tariffs
Whigs supported an active federal government that was committed to internal improvements
Five Civilized Tribes the Creek, Choctaw, Chickasaw, Seminole, and Cherokee tribes
Indian Removal Act Jackson forced the Indians to leave their home land because he claimed that they were a problem for state sovereignty
Trail of Tears the trail Jackson forced the Indians to take from their home land to Oklahoma
Created by: chelseabneal