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  1. THE RISE OF MASS DEMOCRACY:universal manhood suffrage 1824-1840 Chapter 13 (and parts of Chapter 14 in old book)

  2. Why did this push for “new democracy” occur?

  3. Changes in voting still with us today

  4. Election of 1824

  5. Outcome of 1824 election: decided by the House of Representatives

  6. “Corrupt Bargain?”

  7. Presidency of John Q. Adams

  8. Election of 1828: JQ Adams vs. Jackson

  9. Andrew Jackson

  10. Jackson’s main viewpoints

  11. “Tariff of Abominations”….apparently aged poor Calhoun

  12. VETO Bank War

  13. Election of 1832…Jackson defeats Clay

  14. Death of the US Bank…RIP

  15. Jackson and Indian Removal

  16. Meanwhile, in Texas….Houston, Austin, Crockett, Bowie

  17. Dates in Mexico’s History: 1821, 1830, 1836

  18. “Remember the Alamo!” “Remember Goliad!”

  19. Battle of San Jacinto: Texan victory

  20. Texas Independence

  21. Lone Star Republic, 1836-1845

  22. Election of 1836 • Whigs • William Henry Harrison (Whig) vs. Martin Van Buren (Democrat)

  23. Martin Van Buren, 1837-1841

  24. Election of 1840: Van Buren loses to Harrison

  25. “Tippecanoe and Tyler, too”

  26. Harrison dies, 1841 • Write key facts about presidencies #6-9 on the back of your “Know Thy Presidents” sheet. (JQ Adams, Jackson, Van Buren, Harrison). • Make a list: What are the most important legacies of this political time period?