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List the first 5 Presidents and one issue they dealt with while in office. This is a daily grade! Ten points each!! Warm-up
The Age of Jackson Indian Policies Bank Crisis Jacksonian Democracy Nullification Crisis
7 th president War hero of 1812 Tennessean Self-made man Andrew Jackson
It was said that Andrew Jackson was “as strong as a hickory stick.” Nicknamed “Old Hickory”
1828 – Political Party Split!! Democratic – Republicans Andrew Jackson National Republicans John Quincy Adams
Distrusted big government Supported by immigrants, laborers, frontiersmen Andrew Jackson & The Democratic Republicans
Believed in strong central government Wanted to builds roads National bank Supported by merchants and farmers National Republicans
SS hift in politics to the Common Man VV iews left a legacy on politics HH e represented a government by the people Election of 1829 – Andrew Jackson won!
Tariff – tax on imported goods Tariff Crisis!!!
Which section of the U.S. would support a tariff? WHY? Tariff Crisis!!
Which section of the U.S. would reject a tariff? WHY? Tariff Crisis!!
People in the northeast would SUPPORT a tariff. People in the south would REJECT a tariff. I can explain the Nullification Crisis
Why would people in the northeast support tariff? A tariff would force the south to buy American made products. I can describe the Nullification Crisis
Why would people in the south REJECT a tariff? The tariff would raise prices on American goods. I can describe the Nullification Crisis
To cancel Nullify -
To break away Secede -
TT HE SOUTH PROTESTS the TARIFF!! TT hey want to nullify the tariff! SS ome southerners want to secede. I can describe the Nullification Crisis
Read page 339 – The Nullification Crisis
The states believed that the federal government was created by the states. The states should decide of a federal law was constitutional. I can explain states rights!
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? I can explain states rights!
“Liberty, Union, now and forever one and inseparable.” **Daniel Webster
“Our federal union must be preserved.” Andrew Jackson
What is Jackson’s view on nullification?
Andrew Jackson believed that the union is more important that the states when overruling the constitutionality of a law. I can describe the Nullification Crisis
Jacksonian Democracy Chapter 10, Section 1
Guided Reading Activity 11-1 Outlining. I. The Election of 1824 A. Introduction – How many candidates ran for President? A. Introduction – How many candidates.
A New Crisis Setting the Scene Chapter 12 section 3 Andrew Jackson John C. Calhoun A dinner party argument over states-rights. Our Federal Union - It must.
The Role of Politics in Sectionalism. James Monroe 1758 – – 1831 Dem.-Republican Dem.-Republican 5 th President ( ) 5 th President ( )
I. Presidency of Andrew Jackson ( ) & the Growth of American Democracy.
Section 1-5 Click the mouse button or press the Space Bar to display the information. The Election of 1824 John Quincy Adams was elected president in 1824.
The Administration of Andrew Jackson Elected 1828 v. John Quincy Adams Elected 1828 v. John Quincy Adams Served Served
U.S. History Review. The major argument at the Constitutional Convention between the the Federalists and the Anti-Federalists was over the role of the—
Ch. 12 Jacksonian Era p Ch New Era in Politics p
The Era of Good Feelings What was the Era of Good Feelings? At the end of the War of 1812, the Federalist Party died out because its opposition.
POLITICAL PARTIES I.MANY AMERICAN LEADERS FEARED THE CREATION OF POLTICAL PARTIES BELIEVING THEY WOULD DIVIDE & DESTROY THE NEW NATION II. NAME: FEDERALIST.
Chapter 13 A: Jacksonian Democracy. Era of Good Feeling ENDS Corrupt Bargain (1824) ____________ (Dem-Republican) (reform and expansion) (South and West)
President Washington Capital of the United States in New York City. As Washington is the First President, he knows that every decision will be important.
Andrew Jackson By: Anna A.J. Nathan. Rise of the Common man After the end of the war of 1812 expansion and social change followed. Many Americans moved.
Judicial Nationalism The Supreme Court Nullification Enter John Calhoun.
Ch 9 Sections 2 & 3. Learning targets I can explain how events in Europe created challenges for the New American Government. I can List the Dangers Washington.
Jacksons Top Ten 10. Andrew Jackson was the first President from a state west of the Appalachian Mountains. 9. Andrew Jackson was the first Tennessean.
With your host Mr. Bass and Mr. DeMent!! Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin.
Causes of the American Civil War. Essential Question How did certain issues and events cause the civil war?
The “common man’s” President was J.A.C.K.S.O.N.. J. Jackson a friend of the “common man” Jackson born in backwoods settlement Known for fighting,
First American Political Parties. U.S. Political Parties: Beginnings What is a political party? –Organization of people who share similar ideas about.
Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY.
What is America? Poli 110J 2.3 We shall be as a city upon a hill.
CH 6 Federalist and Democratic-Republicans Pg 210.
Guided reading Activity 8-3 Section 3 The First Political Parties.
6.1 Launching a New Nation A New Nation. 6.1 Launching a New Nation The Issues of the Day.
Jacksonian Democracy. Election of Jackson seen as triumph of the common man or King Mob Founders believed common man should vote to protect himself but.
1 Powerpoint by Mr. Woodward. 2 To most Americans, George Washington was a great hero. As president, Washington faced difficult tasks both home and abroad.
Washington Sworn into office, New York City. Important members of President Washington’s Cabinet and Government John Adams as Vice PresidentThomas Jefferson.
DBQ: Constitution Interpretation The Federalists versus the Democratic-Republicans.
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