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CHAPTER 10:The Age of Jackson       Section 1: Jacksonian Democracy
VOCABULARY• Spoils system: A politicians’practice of giving government jobsto his or her supporters
THE ELECTION OF 1828 Andrew Jackson (Democrat) vs.John Quincy Adams (Nat.Republican)  • Rematch of 1824
THE ELECTION OF 1828 • Jackson ran as a “common man” and war hero Jackson wins
HOW DID JACKSON            WIN? Expansion of democracy • Voting rights recently given to all white men, not just landhold...
Rachel Jackson
JACKSON IN THE WHITE            HOUSE through Supporters rewardedthe spoils system Followed advice of his “KitchenCabine...
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  1. 1. CHAPTER 10:The Age of Jackson Section 1: Jacksonian Democracy
  2. 2. VOCABULARY• Spoils system: A politicians’practice of giving government jobsto his or her supporters
  3. 3. THE ELECTION OF 1828 Andrew Jackson (Democrat) vs.John Quincy Adams (Nat.Republican) • Rematch of 1824
  4. 4. THE ELECTION OF 1828 • Jackson ran as a “common man” and war hero Jackson wins
  5. 5. HOW DID JACKSON WIN? Expansion of democracy • Voting rights recently given to all white men, not just landholders This was called JacksonianDemocracy
  6. 6. Rachel Jackson
  7. 7. JACKSON IN THE WHITE HOUSE through Supporters rewardedthe spoils system Followed advice of his “KitchenCabinet” • Informal group of trusted friends

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