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Chapter 13 Review Game. Chosen President in the election of 1824. Elected President in 1828 and 1832. Senator from Massachusetts who argued against nullification in his "Liberty and Union" speech. Jackson's first V.P.; from SC; came up with nullification; defended states' rights.

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Served only one month as president

Served only one month as President ran for president in 1832.



















How did President Jackson respond to the Supreme Court's decision about the Cherokee's right to keep their land?


Why did southerners hate the tariff of 1828

Why did Southerners hate the Tariff of 1828? decision about the Cherokee's right to keep their land?


What was president jackson s position on nullification

What was President Jackson's position on nullification? decision about the Cherokee's right to keep their land?
















Put the following 4 events in order
Put the following 4 events in order: in your life?”

  • Jackson demanded specie for land sales

  • People rushed to trade worthless paper $ for specie so they could buy land.

  • The banks printed more paper $$ that wasn’t backed by specie in order to meet the demand for loans.

  • Speculators wanted to borrow $ from state banks to buy western land.


Put the following 3 events in order
Put the following 3 events in order: in your life?”

  • The United States fell into a depression.

  • The economy slowed and unemployment increased.

  • Banks failed and there was nowhere to get loans for capital to start new businesses.


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