What is a household economy?
It revolved around the house and the mutual profit for its community.
How did the Americans establish their "hero"?
They portrayed Washington with a lot of propaganda to create a perfect American citizen.
What did the American architecture/ art reflect?
It was a neoclassical style that was from the Greeks and Romans and reflected a republic.
What role did women play is new republic? and what was it known as?
They served as the moral person in society. It was also their job to instill moral ideas into the family to make the republic strong.It is known as the republican motherhood.
What brought about the market economy?
When people started to migrate westward, people started to trade over longer distances so people tried to make as must profit as possible.
What brought about the second great awakening?
That the conflict between of personal gain and the good of community was being conflicted.
What was the result of the second great awakening?
That more voluntary and reform groups form and women were able to take a more active role in society.
What is a tariff?
How did Andrew Jackson gain his fame?
By leading and winning the Battle of New Orleans
Why did Jackson lose to John Quincy Adams?
Because of the influence of Henry Clay in the House.
What did J.Q Adams represent?
He represented the elite class and the well educated.
What was the result of the Election of 1828?
Jackson won against Adams by a landslide and a new form of abusive campaigning formed.
What was the Coffin Handbill?
When Adams handed paper saying the Jackson is a murderer.
What are the 3 parties that arose out of 1828?
The Democrats, the republicans, and the Whig Party.
What is a caucus?
A group of Congressional leads that met in secret to pick presidential candidates.
What was the Kitchen Cabinet?
The Kitchen Cabinet is a group of advisors of Andrew Jackson that was informal with his "buddies."
What did Jackson mean when he believed that "to the victor goes the spoils"?
It means that Jackson thought he has full power of his presidency.
What did Jackson think of the Native Americans and what did he do?
Jackson dislike the Native Americans and kept on forcing them to move to allow Western settlers to move in. He ignored treaties passed by Congress for the N.A.
Why did Jackson disagree with the federal bank?
He felt it took too much power away from the people.
What did Jackson do with the federal bank? And how did this affect the economy?
Jackson abolished the federal bank and gave the money to the states. It sent the U.S into an economic depression known as the Panic of 1837.
What was the Tariff of Abomindation?
It was a high taxation of goods in an attempt to protect American goods from foreign competition.
Why was the Doctrine of State Rights so important?
It was important because it was the first time that the states clearly declared their rights. It also started the idea that states could nullify laws of Congress.
How did Trollope view Americans?
She felt that that had bad manner and bad posture.
How did the Americans fight back against Trollope?
They had cartoons saying she was old ugly and crazy.
What was Crevecoeur's view of the Americans?
he respected that they didn't have social classes but was horrified by slavery.
What was Martineau's view of America?
She found that American's revolved around opinion and that she was horrified about slavery.
What was Tocqueville's perspective of America?
He admired that the society changed with times, and that they were also trying to go on the quest of perfection, he also admired that their were no distinct classes. he was horrified by slavery though.