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"Antebellum Politics" - Jacksonian Democracy and the Rise of the Second Party System

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Brian Tickler

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Transcript of "Antebellum Politics" - Jacksonian Democracy and the Rise of the Second Party System

The new democratic spirit of the Antebellum period was characterized by greater political participation, and ongoing disputes over Federal authority and states' rights.
I. Introduction
II. Election of 1824
Who? Adams, Clay, Jackson and Crawford
Results: No Electoral Majority leads to "Corrupt Bargain
Significance: Political Split
Democrats
Whigs (National Republicans
III. Jacksonian Democracy
IV. The Whigs
"POLITICS IN THE ANTEBELLUM PERIOD"
Jacksonian Democracy and the Rise of the Second Party System
V. Conclusion
First Party System
Era of Good Feelings
Economic, Geographic, and Social Changes
Inauguration and Spoils System
Opposition to the BUS
Nullification Crisis
King Andrew
Henry Clay and the American System
Divided Interests
Authentic Democratic movement driven by popular beliefs
System still benefits privileged white men
Maintains, if not heightens, regional division
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