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Supporters of Andrew Jackson were called this...
This is when you use insults to attack an opponent's reputation
Old Federlists who now supported John Quincy Adams were called
This is the right to cancel or ignore a federal law
South Carolina threatened to do what if the federal government didn't reduce the tariffs
This is the right to vote
The forced march of Native American tribes to the Indian Territory
This act required all Native Americans east of the Mississippi to relocate to the west of the Mississippi
This tribe created their own alphabet and took the government to court
This was the chief of the Sac & Fox tribe who fought in Illinois
This tribe fought fiercely in Florida, killing nearly 2,000 troops before their leader Osceola was captured
This Supreme Court Justice ruled in favor of the Native Americans
Which group was most likely to support Andrew Jackson?
Which group of people gained their right to vote in 1828 to help Jackson win his presidency?
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The practice of appointing political supporters to office jobs was known as
In the 1824 election, Jackson accused Adams and Clay of making a
In the 1840 election, the Whigs tried to win votes my making Harrison look like a
This leader agreed that states have the right to nullify federal law
This was funded and operated by the government and created by Alexander Hamilton
Andrew Jackson referred to the bank as
What is a tariff?
This is a French phrase meaning 'let alone'
Unregulated state banks contributed to the Panic of 1837 by
Over the course of his lifetime, this president was involved in over 100 duels and had a cursing parrot.
The image of the log cabin became this president's campaign symbol, even though he was a wealthy aristrocrat
During the economic crisis of the 1830s, this president was criticized for doing very little to help te cause and still he rode around in fancy carriages
This president was kicked out of his own political party for disagreeing with them on almost every issue

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