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John C. Calhoun South Carolina senator who believed in "the concurrent majority"
Martin Van Buren Governor of New York; Elected president in 1836
"The Corrupt Bargain Tarnished John Quincy Adam's reputation in Election of 1824
William Henry Harrison Hero of the Battle of tariff; Internal improvements; and a national bank
Henry Clay Kentucky War Hawks in 1812 who became Secretary of State under Adams
Alexis de Tocqueville Author of Democracy in America
The American System Mercantilist plan consisting of tariff; internal improvements; and a national bank
Panic Of 1837 Resulted in the Permanent or partial closure of over 400 Banks
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