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Title: JACKSONIAN DEMOCRACY


1
JACKSONIAN DEMOCRACY
  • J.Q. Adams Elected in 1824
  • Jackson Elected in 1828
  • Democratization
  • Indian Removal
  • The Nullification Crisis
  • The Bank War

2
John Quincy Adams
3
JOHN QUINCY ADAMS 1825-1829
  • The Election of 1824 House run-off
  • Corrupt Bargain
  • Adams Background Son of John Adams
  • Highly educated, linguist
  • Diplomatic victories Monroe Doctrine, Florida
  • Achievements National improvements,
  • National university, weights measures
  • Weakness Too intellectual
  • No connection with public, high morals
  • Not a populists family ties and personality

4
Andrew Jackson 1829-1837
  • Election of 1828 Birth of Democratic Party
  • Adams v. Jackson. Nasty campaign.
  • Jacksonian Era Politics
  • Two party system Van Buren
  • Enthusiastic participation parades, high vote
  • Party conventions 1832
  • Democratization all white men equal
  • no property qualifications, equal under law
  • Common Man anti elitism, equal society
  • Wide newspaper circulation, public education

5
Andrew Jackson 1829-1837
6
JACKSON PRESIDENCY
  • Political Ideology Jeffersonian, anti-elite
  • Nationalistic, rotation in office, spoil system,
  • Veto, President is the only national office.
  • Vetoes Maryland Road served only one state
  • Personality strong will, never loses
  • His enemies are evil, (Eaton affair).
  • Indian Removal
  • Worcester v. Georgia
  • Jackson supports Georgia, ignores Supreme Court
  • Trail of Tears Cherokees to Oklahoma

7
Trail of Tears 1838
8
Nullification Crisis
  • Congress raise tariffs in 1828 and 1832
  • Calhouns Exposition 1828 states have
  • The right to nullify bad congressional laws
  • South Carolinas nullification 1832
  • Jackson raises a army
  • Congress passes The Force Bill
  • The compromise Henry Clay
  • Congress lowers tariff, keeps Force Bill
  • South Carolina backs down
  • Trouble ahead

9
John C. Calhoun of South Carolina
10
Henry Clay of Kentucky
11
Bank War
  • Second Bank of the United States (SBUS)
  • Nicholas Biddle president of SBUS 1824
  • Early vote for re-charter of SBUS 1832
  • Clay and Biddle try to trick Jackson
  • Jackson vetoes SBUS, and wins election
  • Jackson withdraws federal funds from SBUS
  • 3rd treasurer Roger Taneys pet banks.
  • Biddle fights back, causes recession,
  • Jackson wins! (Senate Censure)
  • Jackson ends presidency Democrats rule

12
Alex De Tocqueville 1831
  • Democracy in America
  • French aristocrat and writer
  • Equality of conditions
  • Hard work, energy, get rich quick
  • America very Religious, church-state
  • Social organizations, Participation
  • Slavery
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