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  1. Age of Jackson SS. Standards 8.8-1,2;8.4-3; 8.10-1,3

  2. Andrew Jackson: The Common Man President

  3. President Andrew Jackson: The Common Man president

  4. Jacksonian Democracy • Government by the people • Democracy in social, economic, and political life • Championed the cause of the farmer and the laborer in an agricultural and industrial society • Limited government but with a strong president

  5. Quick Review: 3 Branches of Government

  6. What actions as president got Jackson this title: “King Andrew?”

  7. 8.8-1Discuss the election of Andrew Jackson in 1828… his actions as president…policy of Indian Removal… 2. Describe the purpose, challenges, and economic incentives associated with westward expansion…accounts of the removal of Indians, the Cherokees “Trail of Tears…”

  8. Jackson’s Policy Toward Native Americans374-378:Cornell Notes • Main Idea Why It Matters Now • Indian Removal Act-------------- • Indian Territory------------------ • Trail of Tears-------------------- • Page 388 Questions 3, 4 and 5----Answer • 3.What were Georgia’s policies toward Native Americans? • 4.What was Jackson’s position on Native Americans in the United States? • 5. How did the Indian Removal Act affect Native Americans? • Video Clip

  9. Native American Movement page376: label, draw routes, create legend

  10. Page 376 Removal of Native Americans • Cherokee ________ red • Chickasaw ________blue • Chocktaws ________yellow • Creek ___________purple • Seminole _________orange • Other Tribes _______black

  11. 8.10-1 Compare the conflicting interpretations of state and federal authority as emphasized in the speeches and writings of statesmen such as Daniel Webster and John C. Calhoun. -3 Identify the constitutional issues posed by the doctrine of nullification and secession…

  12. Conflicts Over States’ Rights379-383: Cornell Notes • Main Idea Why It Matters Now • John C. Calhoun--------- • Tariff of Abominations------ • Doctrine of Nullification---- • Webster-Hayne Debate------- • Daniel Webster---------------- • Secession------------------- • Page 388 Q 6,7,8 • How did the issue of tariffs divide the country? • Why did nullification threaten the nation? • How was the nullification crisis resolved?

  13. Federal vs. States Daniel Webster John C. Calhoun “Liberty and Union, now and forever, one and inseparable!” “The Union-next to our liberty, the most dear; may we all remember that it can only be preserved by respecting the rights of the states and distributing equally the benefits and burdens of the Union.”

  14. Page 382: Webster-Hayne Debate What is the importance of the Webster-Hayne debate in congress? --3 min video clip

  15. 8.8-1Discuss the election of Andrew Jackson in 1828… his actions as president…veto of the National Bank… 8.4-3 Analyze the capitalism and economic problems and conflicts that accompanied it… Jackson’s opposition to the National Bank…

  16. Prosperity and Panic384-387:Cornell Notes • Main Idea Why It Matters Now • Inflation------------- • Martin Van Buren------- • Panic of 1837------------ • Depression----------- • Whig Party-------- • Page 388 Q 9,10 • 9. Why did Jackson oppose the Second Bank of the United States? • 10. What were the effects of the Jackson’s war on the bank? • 3 min video clip

  17. War on the Bank of the United States

  18. What actions as president got Jackson this title: “King Andrew?”

  19. How do you think President Jackson would do today in 2012? • What would he do for our country to help make the economy better? Jobs? • Education? • Health care? • Violence?