Pros And Cons Of The Jacksonian Democracy

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The Jacksonian Democrats worked on making sure that there were more economic opportunities and political for the “common white male”. Andrew Jackson, vowed to make sure that he would protect the poor and humble white male, from those who were rich and had power. The goal that Andrew Jackson, had was to raise the laboring classes of white men who love and desire equal rights and equal laws. This plan of course didn’t include women,
Native Americans, nor African Americans, even though Andrew Jackson considered himself
“for the people”. When presenting himself as “for the people, “Andrew Jackson as president, worked on reducing the federal government cost and eliminating the Second BUS. Andrew
Jackson didn’t like banks or banks and thought they
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The idea of the nullification came from John Calhoun, who believed that the federal tariffs were unconstitutional, in which made the people follow his belief’s as cotton growers within the South began to hurt financially due to the tariff tax, which reduced the British demand for the raw cotton in the US. When the convention took place within South Carolina and they were able to nullify the 1828 and 1832 Tariffs, Jackson requested from Congress, to past the “Force Bill” which would provide him with the authorization needed to obtain the US Army to make South Carolina become compliant with the federal law. As South Carolina was about to be under attack by the US Army, they were able to back down and accept the compromise presented. They accepted the compromise tariff that was put together by Henry Clay. The Force Bill ended up becoming nullified by the state convention and all of the worry was over, as both sides were satisfied with the …show more content…
The Democratic and Whigs became the two major political party and for a second time around was a two-party system. The Distribution Act of 1836 and the Specie Circular, ended up causing a lot of damage to the nation’s economy. Martin Van Buren who was Andrew Jackson’s go to and Vice President, ended up taking over as president. As the Panic of 1837 ended up occurring within the nation, it was Van Buren who was faulted for the blame and not Andrew Jackson and his policies that he approved. Martin came up with the Independent Treasury Act of 1840, to assist with the protection of the nation’s economy but didn’t present any aid to those individuals who suffered so much pain heartache. All of the events that through the nation in a disaster, end up calling for the Whip party victory during the election of

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