ANDREW JACKSON. and the Era of Jacksonian Democracy. Transformation of American Politics. Democratic Fervor universal male suffrage, electoral vote shift, nominating caucus to convention Election of 1824 “corrupt bargain”: Adams, Jackson, Crawford and Clay
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and the Era ofJacksonian Democracy
“Old Hickory” sworn into office
“Democracy does not give people the most skillful government, but it produces what the ablest governments are frequently unable to create: namely, an all-pervading and restless activity.”
Or “the greatest man of his age”?
Ralph Waldo Emerson
“The American Scholar”
Henry David Thoreau
“On Civil Disobedience”
“a more natural union between intellectual and manual labor”– George Ripley
Susan B. Anthony
Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Wm Lloyd Garrison