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The idea that a deal was made between Adams and Clay in the election of 1824; Adams won majority vote in H. of Reps, appointed Clay as Secretary of State
Tax placed on British goods, which hurt southern states and led to cries of nullification.
Jackson ignored the decision of the Supreme Court and chose to move all Native Americans to land west of the Mississippi by order of this.
Henry Clay and others who opposed the power of the presidency created this in 1832.
The shunning of the Secretary of War's wife by society caused Jackson to fire his entire Cabinet during this scandal.
Created by Henry Clay, chartered by Congress, with regulatory powers over currency in the US. Spurred fight between Jackson and Biddle.
Debate over nullification to protect states' rights and prevent succession.
Overspeculation in western lands, roads, slaves, and wildcat banks were to blame for this event; Reason for Van Buren's failure.
Religious revival in response to Deism and others who taught more reason than religion.
Lucretia Mott, Susan B. Anthony and other various suffragettes met here to dicuss efforts for women's rights.

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