Bell Ringer<br />Why can it be beneficial for a political party to lose an election?  (The fact they can be lazy is not an...
Election of 1824<br />
Election of 1824<br />John Q. Adams vs. Andrew Jackson vs. Henry Clay<br />Jackson wins popular vote<br />House of Reps. H...
Opposition Parties<br />Those who supported Jackson worked to block Adam’s policies<br />Those who supported Adams called ...
Key Question<br />In your opinion, how are opposition parties like the one started by Jackson’s followers going to impact ...
Election of 1828<br />Jackson wins revenge election of 1828<br />Both sides made personal attacks on one another<br />Jack...
“Jackass Jackson”<br />
Jackson’s Domestic Policies<br />Spoils system:  To the winner go the spoils.  Gave jobs to friends and fired enemies.<br ...
Jackson’s Domestic Policies<br />Indian Relocation Act:  Forced all tribes to move West of the Mississippi.  (Cherokee sue...
Review Questions<br />What was the spoils system?<br />How did the Cherokee people of Georgia respond to the Indian Reloca...
The Industrial Revolution<br />Decades long movement to create machines to increase productivity.<br />Based on English te...
The Cotton Gin<br /><ul><li>Made of interchangeable parts
Cotton exports increased by 6,000%
Doubles slave population in US</li></li></ul><li>Railroads<br />Steam engine applied to self-propelled transportation<br /...
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  1. 1. Bell Ringer<br />Why can it be beneficial for a political party to lose an election? (The fact they can be lazy is not an answer.)<br />
  2. 2. Election of 1824<br />
  3. 3. Election of 1824<br />John Q. Adams vs. Andrew Jackson vs. Henry Clay<br />Jackson wins popular vote<br />House of Reps. Has tie breaking vote and selects Adams. Henry Clay Speaker of the House.<br />Clay named Sec of State<br />Jackson believes election was rigged<br />
  4. 4. Opposition Parties<br />Those who supported Jackson worked to block Adam’s policies<br />Those who supported Adams called the Republicans<br />Those who supported Jackson called Democrats<br />Both parties claimed to be Jeffersonian<br />
  5. 5. Key Question<br />In your opinion, how are opposition parties like the one started by Jackson’s followers going to impact American politics? <br />
  6. 6. Election of 1828<br />Jackson wins revenge election of 1828<br />Both sides made personal attacks on one another<br />Jackson first President born West of the Appalachians (log cabin president)<br />Common man’s president<br />
  7. 7. “Jackass Jackson”<br />
  8. 8. Jackson’s Domestic Policies<br />Spoils system: To the winner go the spoils. Gave jobs to friends and fired enemies.<br />TariffCrisis: SC threatens to leave the union unless tariff is dropped.<br />Tariff helped North but harmed South<br />AKA Nullification Crisis<br />
  9. 9. Jackson’s Domestic Policies<br />Indian Relocation Act: Forced all tribes to move West of the Mississippi. (Cherokee sue Georgia and win.)<br />The Bank War: Jackson fights to close the central bank Hamilton established.<br />
  10. 10. Review Questions<br />What was the spoils system?<br />How did the Cherokee people of Georgia respond to the Indian Relocation Act?<br />Why did Jackson want to shut down the Federal Bank?<br />Why did SC threaten to secede?<br />
  11. 11. The Industrial Revolution<br />Decades long movement to create machines to increase productivity.<br />Based on English technology<br />Largest impact on Northeast<br />
  12. 12. The Cotton Gin<br /><ul><li>Made of interchangeable parts
  13. 13. Cotton exports increased by 6,000%
  14. 14. Doubles slave population in US</li></li></ul><li>Railroads<br />Steam engine applied to self-propelled transportation<br />3,300 miles of rail by 1840 (Most in the world)<br />
  15. 15. The Second Great Awakening<br />By 1790 only 10% attended church<br />New Denominations created<br />Baptists (Second largest denomination)<br />Methodists (Largest)<br />Mormons move West to Utah<br />

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