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Jacksonian era, 1828-1848

Glyndon G. Van Deusen

Jacksonian era, 1828-1848

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Published by Harper & Row in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jackson, Andrew, -- 1767-1845,
  • United States -- Politics and government -- 1815-1861

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliography

    Statementby Glyndon G. Van Deusen
    SeriesThe new American nation series, Harper torchbooks, TB 3028
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 291 p.
    Number of Pages291
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17938423M

    By the s, the Jacksonian Democrats and the Whigs politically battled it out nationally and in every state. The Jacksonians saw the union strictly as the cooperative aggregation of the individual states, while the Whigs saw the entire nation as a distinct entity. Daniel was a senator for Massachusetts and a prominent figure among Northerners. The Whigs generally opposed Manifest Destiny and expansion, saying the nation should build up its cities. Jackson's expansion of democracy was largely limited to European Americansand voting rights were extended to adult white males only. As Norton et al.

    Opponents responded that this line of argument would establish that every road was a national road; there would be no limit to federal power. Through his life he was a part of three different parties: Adams, anti-Jacksonian, and Whig. In national terms, they favored geographical expansionismjustifying it in terms of manifest destiny. At the age of thirteen he enlisted in the Revolution, but was captured and mistreated by the British captors.

    Uses quantitative electoral data Formisano, Ronald P. The book strongly endorsed liberal ideas and made Schlesinger famous Sellers, Charles. Reforms Jackson fulfilled his promise of broadening the influence of the citizenry in government, although not without controversy over his methods. Southern Jacksonians overwhelmingly endorsed secession inapart from a few opponents led by Andrew Johnson. At the time only 24 states were admitted into the US.


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Jacksonian era, 1828-1848 book

In Rhode Island, the Dorr Rebellion of the s demonstrated that the demand for equal suffrage was broad and strong, although the subsequent reform included a significant property requirement for any resident born outside of the United States.

Numerous politicians and editors who were given favorable loans from the Bank run for cover as the financial temple crashes down. Popular rule, or what he called would later call popular sovereignty, lay at the base of his political structure. Wilentz, Sean.

However, patronage often led to the hiring of incompetent and sometimes corrupt officials due to the emphasis on 1828-1848 book loyalty above any other qualifications. Until the s, a man voted by going to his precinct's voting place and orally stating his choices.

Polkan admirer and follower of Jackson, vetoed the Rivers and Harbors Bill on similar grounds. He had different views and ideas about how the government and the country should be run. The ability to have a vision, a moral strategy, and to execute a plan are some of the most important qualities of statesmanship.

The Democrats became the nation's first well-organized national party. Even before the Jacksonian era began, suffrage had been extended to a majority of white male adult citizens, a result which the Jacksonians celebrated.

Although a paralyzing stroke removed him from an active role in the campaign, he received almost as many votes as Clay. In most cases they perceived themselves as defenders of equal economic opportunity, even though they sometimes put their own interests before those of the people.

In Rhode Island, the Dorr Rebellion of the s demonstrated that the demand for equal suffrage was broad and strong, although the subsequent reform included a significant property requirement for any resident born outside of the United States.

This was the era of the common people, the era of democracy. Hofstadter, Richard. Some things were just considered natural law and were left out of law making and the Constitution because they were morally accepted as right and wrong. Jackson created a spoils system to clear out elected officials in government of an opposing party and replace them with his supporters as a reward for their electioneering.

Jackson's followers who created the party were also "for the people. Prior to the presidential election ofthe Anti-Masonic Party conducted the nation's first presidential nominating convention. Because the Maysville Road Project was of a local nature, the veto did not encounter resounding opposition in Congress.

For instance, I highly doubt that the government would have allowed Nazi party privileges to exist under freedom of speech In reality, they were typically very wealthy, they disregarded the capability of the federal government, and they desired equality only for the white man Patronage was theorized to be good because it would encourage political participation by the common man and because it would make a politician more accountable for poor government service by his appointees.

Printed ballots gave the voter a more independent voice, even though the first ballots were published by the political parties themselves. There was many arguments between the two conflicting sides over the expanding suffrage during the Age of Jackson.Series was designed to cover groups of books generally understood as such (see Wikipedia: Book series).

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CHAPTER RESPONSES TO THE GREAT TRANSFORMATION, – INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES After reading this chapter, students should be able to do the following: 1. Describe the choices Americans made in dealing with the stresses created by the rapid change of the Jacksonian era and evaluate the cultural outcome.

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