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  1. Democratic Politics, Religious Revival, and Reform, 1824-1840 Chapter 10

  2. Democratic Politics • The Republicans • Reasons for fragmentation • Democrats • Whigs • Supporting the common man

  3. Voting Policies • Property Qualifications • Written Ballots • Choosing Electors

  4. Party Politics • The Election of 1824 • Andrew Jackson • John Quincy Adams • William Crawford • Henry Clay • The “Corrupt Bargain”

  5. 1825-1829 • John Quincy Adams • Economic Growth • Party Politics • The Democratic Age

  6. Andrew Jackson • The Election of 1828 • A “political outsider” • Martin Van Buren • Democrats • National Republicans • Jackson’s appeal to the Common man

  7. Jackson as President • The Spoils System • “Rotation in office” • The Maysville Road Bill • The “Tariff of Abominations”

  8. The Nullification Crisis • John C. Calhoun • South Carolina Exposition and Protest • The Nullification Crisis • November 1932 • Jackson’s Response • The Compromise of 1833 • Henry Clay

  9. Andrew Jackson • Jackson’s view on the National Bank • A “privileged monopoly” • Nicholas Biddle • Jackson vetoes the bank

  10. Jackson runs for re-election • The Election of 1832 • Martin Van Buren • Henry Clay • Clay’s goals • The American System

  11. Jackson’s Second Term • The War on the Bank • “Pet Banks” • Speculation and Inflation • Results of using “Pet Banks” • Paper Money

  12. Jackson’s opposition • Whigs • Whig supporters • The Election of 1836 • Martin Van Buren • Whig candidates

  13. Economic Woes • The Panic of 1837 • The Specie Circular • “divorcing” the federal government from banking • The Independent Treasury Bill (1840) • The Election of 1840 • William Henry Harrison

  14. Religion • Calvinism • Religious Doctrine • The Second Great Awakening • Frontier Revivals • Methodist

  15. Religion • Joseph Smith • Nauvoo, Illinois • Religious Persecution • Smith’s Murder • Brigham Young • The Mormon Trail

  16. Religion • Mother Ann Lee • Shakers • Artisans • Practices • Numbers

  17. Reforms • The Temperance Movement • The American Temperance Society • Prohibition Laws • Cutting Consumption of Alcohol

  18. Reforms • Horace Mann • State tax supported schools • Standardized textbooks • The response to education reforms • Social Mobility

  19. Abolition • William Lloyd Garrison • The Liberator • The American Anti-Slavery Society • The response to abolition

  20. Women’s Rights • Women’s Rights • Elizabeth Cady Stanton • Lucretia Mott • The Seneca Falls Convention

  21. Reforms • Dorothea Dix • Insane Asylums • Utopian Communities • New Harmony