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DEMOCRACY &REFORMCall for Change Electionsonly white men who owned property couldvote. Elected elites to Colonial Legislature and they in turnelected Senators and the electoral college members whoselected the president Power seemed to remain in the hands of the wealthyConstitution set up a republic to protect the elites statusand influenceElection of 1824 John Quincy Adams Andrew JacksonCorrupt Bargain Jackson wins popular vote and electoral college votes,but not majority Henry Clay throws his support to Adams to preventJackson from being elected. Adams, then, names Clay hisSecretary of State Jackson protests call the election a Corrupt Bargain Jackson would defeat Adams 4 years laterJackson WinsJacksonian Democracy Universal Manhood Suffrageall white men could vote Spoils Systemtrading jobs for political favors and jobs,put his best friends and supporters in key positions(worked out horribly) Laissez fare economics (hands off)government shouldstay out of the economy Strict interpretation of the constitutionpower to thepeople, didnt trust the elite classConflict of National BankKing JacksonTwo Party System Jackson & his crew = Democrats Opponents = National Republicans National Republicans changed name to Whigsname of the Britishparty that opposed the King2nd Great AwakeningTemperance MovementAbolitionist MovementWomens Righ

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