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8.8.1

The Presidency of Andrew Jackson

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Jacksonian Democracy A period of time when more people got the right to vote and the power of the President increased.
mudslinging Making fun of political enemies
landslide winning an election by a large amount
suffrage the right to vote
spoils system Giving supporters jobs
bureaucracy Government workers. (the Department of Heath, State Department, Department of Education, etc)
caucus meetings of congressmen to select who would run for president
tariff A tax on imports. Southerners hated this.
nullify cancel. (e.g. South Carolina wanted to nullify the tariff.)
secede break away from. (e.g. Because of the tariff, some southerners wanted to secede from the United States.)
states' rights the belief that state governments should have more power than the federal government
Created by: rappel121