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1  Make a list of things that you may know about Andrew Jackson. Warm-up

2  When you see Andrew Jackson write the slide.

3 7 th president War hero of 1812 Tennessean Self-made man Andrew Jackson

4 The Age of Jackson Indian Policies Bank Crisis Jacksonian Democracy Nullification Crisis

5  It was said that Andrew Jackson was “as strong as a hickory stick.” Nicknamed “Old Hickory”

6  Use your book to define the following:  Tariff  Secede  nullify Warm-up:

7  When you see Andrew Jackson write the slide.

8 1828 – Political Party Split!!  Democratic – Republicans Andrew Jackson  National Republicans John Quincy Adams

9  Distrusted big government  Supported by immigrants, laborers, frontiersmen Andrew Jackson & The Democratic Republicans

10  Believed in strong central government  Wanted to build roads  National bank  Supported by merchants and farmers John Quincy Adams’ Political Party National Republicans

11 SS hift in politics to the Common Man VV iews left a legacy on politics HH e represented a government by the people Election of 1829 – Andrew Jackson won!

12  Tariff – tax on imported goods Tariff Crisis!!!

13  To cancel Nullify -

14  To break away Secede -

15 Read with a purpose to find the following: 1.Which section of the United States would SUPPORT a tariff? 2.Which section of the United States would REJECT a tariff? Read pg. 339 Nullification Crisis

16  Which section of the U.S. would support a tariff? WHY? Tariff Crisis!! Discuss

17  Which section of the U.S. would reject a tariff? WHY? Tariff Crisis!! Discuss

18  People in the northeast would SUPPORT a tariff.  People in the south would REJECT a tariff. Nullification Crisis

19  People in the northeast would support a tariff because it would force the south to buy American made products. Nullification Crisis

20  People in the south would reject a tariff because it would raise prices on American goods. Nullification Crisis

21 TT HE SOUTH PROTESTS the TARIFF!! TT hey want to nullify the tariff! SS ome southerners want to secede.

22  Tariff of Abominations Video

23  The states believed that the federal government was created by the states.  The states should decide if a federal law was constitutional. States Rights!

24  Andrew Jackson believed that the union is more important than the states when overruling the constitutionality of a law. Nullification Crisis

25  Andrew Jackson Video

26  Andrew Jackson &Nullification Crisis Notes QUIZ

27  Andrew Jackson Video

28  “Liberty, Union, now and forever one and inseparable.” **Daniel Webster

29  “Our federal union must be preserved.” Andrew Jackson

30  If you don’t believe in states rights, who do you think should decide on the constitutionality of a federal law?  How is this belief supported? States Rights!

31  What is Jackson’s view on nullification?

32  Andrew Jackson Video

33  Describe the Nullification Crisis in 8 sentences.  You must use the following words:  Nullification  Tariff  South  North  Secede Wednesday Warm-up:

34  The 7 th President Andrew Jackson was (for/against) tariffs. A tariff would (increase/decrease) the cost of imported goods into the United States. The (North/South) was trading with Europe. The tariff angered the (North/South). The (North/South) wanted the tariff because it would make the (North/South) dependent on American goods. Warm-up: Tuesday Number you paper 1-5. Choose the correct answer.


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