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Jacksonian Democracy Terms to Know and Questions to AnswerJacksonian Democracy Terms to Know and Questions to Answer
Why did Jackson want to get rid of Property Requirements in order to vote? Explain whether or not he was successful
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The Jacksonian Era Matching Match each item with the correct statement below aThe Jacksonian Era Matching Match each item with the correct statement below a
Vice-President argued that a state could nullify a law that it considered to be unconstitutional
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Introduction: Following the Era of Good Feelings, the Democratic-Republican Party began to break apart over sectional issues, beginning in the election of 1824 between Andrew Jackson and John Quincy AdamsIntroduction: Following the Era of Good Feelings, the Democratic-Republican Party began to break apart over sectional issues, beginning in the election of 1824 between Andrew Jackson and John Quincy Adams
House of Representatives, led by Speaker of the House Henry Clay. Clay provided his support to Adams, who then named him Secretary of State, the stepping-stone to the Presidency
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402. \"Corrupt Bargain\"402. "Corrupt Bargain"
Election of 1824: popular vote, electoral vote, house vote: Jackson, Adams, Crawford, Clay
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Notecards 401-450Notecards 401-450
Election of 1824: popular vote, electoral vote, house vote: Jackson, Adams, Crawford, Clay
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