Lee Benson has contended that the democratic movement in America during this
period was much broader than the Democratic Party and that this should be
called the age of egalitarianism rather than the age of Jackson.What Conflicts & support?
I don't see how Jackson was considered egalitarian. He certainly didn't show egalitarianism to the Indian tribes he oppressed. He did nothing to help the slaves. Anyone who invents the so-called "pocket veto" certainly does not consider congress his equal. He believed in might equals right, summed up by his famous belief that "to the victor goes the spoils."