Jacksonian America. Chapter 6 Section 1 Objective: 2.3 – Distinguish between the economic and social issues that led to sectionalism & nationalism . Andrew Jackson. 1829 - 1837. Election of 1828. Andrew Jackson (Democrat) vs. John Q. Adams (rerun of 1824 election).
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Chapter 6 Section 1
Objective: 2.3 – Distinguish between the economic and social issues that led to sectionalism & nationalism
1829 - 1837
Andrew Jackson (Democrat) vs. John Q. Adams (rerun of 1824 election).
Both candidates engaged in “mudslinging”
Jackson won the presidency-carried all southern & western states.
1st President from the “new west”- Tenn.
Robert Hayne (SC) – the Union is no more than a voluntary association of states (state’s rights).
Daniel Webster (Mass.)- believed in preservation of the Union would best preserve LIBERTY.
“Liberty and Union, now and for ever, one and inseparable!”
Election of 1836
Martin Van Buren
1837 - 1841