Elaborate the Panic/Depression of 1819

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and what did Andrew Jackson and Martin Van Buren have to do with it

May 19th, 2015

The Panic of 1819 was a time was a miserable time for many in the U.S.  Banks throughout the country had failed.  People were forced to move out of their homes due to mortgage foreclosures.  Unemployment rose drastically.  Andrew Jackson was deeply impacted by the Panic of 1819 and ultimately blamed the banking system for his financial misfortunes.  He gained support by the masses, and was elected president in 1828 to seek change.  He ultimately declared war on the Second Bank of the United States.  Martin Van Buren supported Jackson throughout this, and was appointed to Secretary of State by Jackson.  

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