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Andrew Jackson Contributions and Actions Presidency Chart

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Presidency Chart – Andrew Jackson (1829-1837) Election of 1828 National Republicans (Adams) v. Democratic Republicans (Jackson) • mudslinging campaign • Jackson won (1829-1837 How politics changed in this period Jacksonian Democracy Jackson vowed to be voice of the people • all white men could now vote • ideals based on common man's principles • 1st president from the west • favored limited government but strengthened the president Spoils System (rotation in office) he practice of appointing people to government jobs based on party loyalty and support Kitchen Cabinet • a group of unofficial advisers to the head of a government • the informal advice of Jackson' s personal friends Use of Veto Jackson vetoed due to dislike of legislation • vetoed most out of all presidents before him combined Whig Party supported a more active national government, economic development, ...
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