Who came up with the american system?
what were the 3 features of the american system?
national bank, protective taiff, and a national transportation system
What did Monroe's cabinet bring?
a new attitude to politics, political harmony, and the collapse of the federalist party
who were thw canidates for the election of 1824?
william crawford, john calhoun, john quincy adams, and andrew jackson
who did henry clay support after he dropped out of the race?
john quincy adams because they are more alike politically than Clay and Jackson. Plus he will be Secretary of State
the purpose of the eerie canal was to link _______to ________.
hudson river to lake eerie
what main thing had jackson been named the people's president for?
he hads people come to the white house during his inaugeration and had people meet and greet him but it became out of control.
Battle of New Orleans
A battle during the War of 1812 where the British army attempted to take New Orleans. Due to the foolish frontal attack, Jackson defeated them, which gave him an enormous popularity boost.
marbury vs. madison
Case in which the supreme court first asserted th power of Judicial review in finding that the congressional statue expanding the Court's original jurisdiction was unconstitutional
presidential elections of 1824
1 party- Democratic Republicans. 4 Candidates- Andrew Jackson/ Tennessee, Henry Clay/ Kentucky, William Crawford/ Georgia, John Quincy Adams/ Massachusetts. No candidate got the majority vote so top 3 got sent to the House of Rep. Henry Clay, Speaker of the House, threw his support to John Quincy Adams. He won and Henry Clay was appointed secretary of state. called the corrupt bargain.
elections of 1828
Jackson ran agains John Quincy Adams. the people thought that not just wealthy land owners should be able to vote, but the ones who pay taxes. In the election of 1828, a new party formed & gradually became known as the Democratic Party which made Jackson president & Calhoun VP. Opponents called themselves the National Republicans.
election of 1832
jackson won reelection in the midst of the nullification crisis while at odds with his Vice president John C. Calhun
Indian Removal Act
a law passed in 1830 that forced many Native Americans to move west of the Mississippi River. They were forced to do this because their land was in Georgia's area, and the Americans wanted the land. Also, they found that there was gold in the land where the NAs were, so they wanted the land even more.
During the 1832 election, Henry Clay tries to get the bank rechartere. Jackson disliked the Bank because he viewed it as a way to move money towards the Eastern elites.
was a bill that proposed building a road within Kentucky which was paid for by the taxes of all Americans. Jackson vetoed this, because he considered it unconstitutional, as it was only in Kentucky and not a part of interstate commerce. The people who were not benefited by the road still had to pay. Was in Henry Clay's home state.
development of the democratic party
The Jacksonians made a new political party, the democrats. they claimed it to "revive and represent the Democratic-Republican followers."
Margaret, "Peggy," was the wife of John Timberlake. When he died at sea, Peggy quickly remarried to John Eaton. The hasty marriage was seen as scandalous, and many politicians wives refused to speak to Peggy.