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    • 1820’s
    • Remember the 1810’s? Embargo Tariff War Industrialism
    • American System Economic Independence Transportation National Road 1825 – Erie Canal 1825 – Steam Locomotive Tariff Tariff 1816 Bank of US McCulloch v Maryland
    • Reaction to Industrialism • Second Great Awakening • Why? • Charles Grandison Finney • Message? • Settlement of Texas • Stephen F. Austin • Why go? • Rules?
    • 1824 • Tariff of 1824 – South not happy? Why does the Tariff impact the South negatively while aiding the North? (Any connection to Missouri Compromise?)
    • Election of 1824
    • The Corrupt Bargain? J. Q. Adams                A. Jackson Electoral vote      84                 99 States carried 13 7 Popular vote 113,122 151,271 Percentage 30.9% 41.3
    • Henry Clay “The Deal Making Man” Kentucky vs. Tennessee Opinion of Jackson Role of Secretary of State “A Man on the Rise” Calhoun is VP!!!
    • Voting Changes in the 1820’s • 1824 – 350,000 voters Most states had property requirements • 1828 – Over 1 million voters Who are these folks? Why support Jackson?
    • Election of 1828 • Andrew Jackson – “Old Hickory” Jacksonian Democracy Average Joe, tough, one of us Democratic-Republican Party • John Q. Adams Elitist, out of touch * Jackson wins Big! (Calhoun keeps his job)
    • Jacksonian Democracy • “Kitchen Cabinet” • Spoils System Who’s in Power? Who is out of power?
    • Tariffs • 1816 1824 1828 • Tariff of 1828 “Tariff of Abominations” Cotton Price level, but prices up
    • South Carolina Exposition • Brought up concept of “Nullification” State may nullify a law it finds unconstitutional
    • Hayne & Webster Debates South Carolina Massachusetts