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All of the following characterized the United States by the time of Andrew Jackson's election EXCEPT
a dynamic economy absent of panics or depressions
The Jacksonian concept of equality was a belief that
everyone should have an equal chance to succeed
Despite the fact that Andrew Jackson continually opposed federal aid to local projects, he did support
interstate projects such as the National Road
Calhoun's South Carolina Exposition and Protest
argued that states could nullify federal legislation
President Jackson's policy toward Indians could best be described as
removal to lands west of the Mississippi
President Jackson's attitude toward the Supreme Court's decision in Worcester v. Georgia was
Jackson viewed the Bank of the United States as
a "monster" that served the interests of a wealthy few
After his reelection, Jackson moved to destroy the Bank of the United States by
withdrawing its federal deposits
Jackson's opponents called themselves Whigs to
denounce what they saw as Jackson's tyrannical qualities
After the panic of 1837, working-class Americans could expect all of the following EXCEPT
All of the following factors contributed to the panic of 1837 EXCEPT the
tariff of 1835, which had lowered duties to dangerous levels
According to the "progressive" historians, Jackson
led a vast democratic movement against the abuses of the "Monster" bank
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