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5 Matching questions

  1. What is secession?
  2. What were the Nullification Crisis pros?
  3. What were the cons of Jackson leaving office?
  4. Who were the Northeastern people?
  5. What was the Whig Party?
  1. a He left the office too "puffed up"

    The USA went into a depression
  2. b Wanted Western lands sold at higher prices

    Supported federal spending on internal improvements

    Supported high tariffs
  3. c John C. Calhoun sympathized with South Carolina and the other struggling states, and created the doctrine of nullification

    The doctrine stated that a state could nullify (reject) a federal law that it considered unconstitutional

    This gave the states a peaceful way to protest and maintain their freedom
  4. d a separation or withdrawal from an alliance or federation
  5. e Formed by Henry Clay, Daniel Webster, and other lawmakers against Jackson

    Strongly opposed "King Andrew Jackson" and supporters

    Believed that Congress represented the people, not the president

    Blamed Van Buren for the Panic of 1837

    Chose William Henry Harrison of Ohio as their presidential candidate and John Tyler as his running mate

    Harrison won the election, but died shortly after his inauguration. John Tyler soon became president.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Tariffs made imported goods more expensive than American-made goods

    Southern planters depended on the foreign trading of goods, so the tariffs drastically hurt their economy

    The tariffs fueled the fires of a national debate that had been raging
  2. Jackson found the bank's president, Mr. Biddle, corrupt and chose to protect the U.S. citizens by shutting his bank down

    He found the bank unconstitutional, didn't renew Mr. Biddle's charter, and put an emphasis on state banks

    The state banks made getting loans easier

    Economy boomed
  3. Lasted 5 years

    The banks failed

    Un-employment levels went record high

    Food riots happened

    Railroad and canal projects failed
  4. Congress passed a bill that significantly raised tariffs on raw materials and manufactured goods

    The Southerners hated it and called it the Tariff of Abomination

    The tariff hit South Carolina's economy hard
  5. His conflicts with Adams forced the Democratic-Republican party to split into separate political groups

    In order to win the election, he had to pass John Adams off as a "rich man" representative, making him seem unrelatable to the common man

    His tactics during the 1828 campaign were vicious, and made personal attacks on his opponent's family

5 True/False questions

  1. What were the pros of Jackson's inauguration event?His conflicts with Adams forced the Democratic-Republican party to split into separate political groups

    In order to win the election, he had to pass John Adams off as a "rich man" representative, making him seem unrelatable to the common man

    His tactics during the 1828 campaign were vicious, and made personal attacks on his opponent's family

          

  2. What was the Doctrine of Nullification?Indian Removal Act of 1830: governments were to negotiate treaties that would require the Native Americans to relocate to the Indian Territory, which was parts of Texas and Oklahoma

          

  3. What were the Seminoles and what did they do?Tariffs made imported goods more expensive than American-made goods

    Southern planters depended on the foreign trading of goods, so the tariffs drastically hurt their economy

    The tariffs fueled the fires of a national debate that had been raging

          

  4. What were the 3 economic issues after Jackson got elected?Tariffs made imported goods more expensive than American-made goods

    Southern planters depended on the foreign trading of goods, so the tariffs drastically hurt their economy

    The tariffs fueled the fires of a national debate that had been raging

          

  5. What was the Jackson Democracy?Indian Removal Act of 1830: governments were to negotiate treaties that would require the Native Americans to relocate to the Indian Territory, which was parts of Texas and Oklahoma

          

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