21. Which of the following groups would not have supported the Whig party during the Jacksonian era?
The groups that SUPPORTED the Whig Party were: commercial farmers, planters, merchants, and bankers. In the North they were SUPPORTED by: reformers, evangelical clergymen (especially Presbyterians and Congregationalists), Anti-Masons, and manufactures. In the South they were SUPPORTED by former nullificationists, even Calhoun was a Whig for a while.