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Differences in Eras Federalist period/ Jacksonian Era. Federalist Period. Presidents came from Virginia or Massachusetts Cabinets were often composed of Revolutionary War veterans Suffrage was only offered to those who were male, white, C hristian, and owned property

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federalist period
Federalist Period
  • Presidents came from Virginia or Massachusetts
  • Cabinets were often composed of Revolutionary War veterans
  • Suffrage was only offered to those who were male, white, Christian, and owned property
  • Inaugurations we formal and aristocratic in appearance
jacksonian era
Jacksonian Era
  • Presidents came from western states such as Tennessee and Ohio
  • “spoils system” often used to fill cabinet positions
  • Manhood suffrage allowed all white males to vote
  • Inaugurations were noisy and chaotic
impact of jackson s election
Impact of Jackson’s Election

1. Signaled a shift of power to the common man (eliminated property ownership for voting, rise of the common man because of expanded suffrage rights)

2. His views left a legacy to the modern Democratic Party

3. Democracy in social, economic and political life

4. Government by the people