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________ came to symbolize the triumph of democracy in the 1820s.
The most evident feature of democracy in America to European travelers was the ________.
American culture in the Jacksonian period ________.
Which of the following individuals is incorrectly matched with his art form?
The most obvious indicator of the supremacy of democracy in the United States was the ________.
Martin Van Buren regarded a two-party system as essential to democratic government because ________.
The major issues dominating politics in the 1820s and 1830s were ________.
The "corrupt bargain" was used to describe ________.
Which of the following men were true political and philosophical allies in the 1820s?
The main issue of John Quincy Adams's presidency was ________.
Andrew Jackson's attitude toward Native Americans was that they should be ________.
________ denied states the right to take Native American tribal lands.
The Trail of Tears refers to ________.
In the 1830s and 1840s, the most vocal advocate of states' rights was ________.
The nullification crisis was strongly influenced by ________.
The nullification crisis of the early 1830s ________.
Who was the president of the Bank of the United States and Andrew Jackson's chief opponent in the "bank war"?
The strategic blunder made by Nicholas Biddle was his ________.
The major significance of Jackson's national bank veto message was that it ________.
Andrew Jackson killed the national bank ________.
William Henry Harrison's nickname "Tippecanoe" refers to his ________.
Belief in a national bank, high tariffs, and federally financed internal improvements best describes the policies of which party in the 1830s?
Typically, immigrants, Catholics, freethinkers, and backwoods farmers of the 1840s would be members of the ________.
In the 1840s, which of the following was LEAST likely to determine a person's political identification?
How did hotels symbolize the American spirit in the 1820s"“1840s?
In what ways was American democracy an illusion in the 1820s"“1840s?
What theme ran through almost all cultural expression of the 1820s"“1840s?
What led the two-party system of politics to develop in the 1820s"“1840s?
Which of these led voter participation in elections to increase dramatically between 1824 and 1840?
Why was Andrew Jackson so influential in the mid-1800s?
Why did the "tariff of abominations" become a major campaign issue of the 1828 elections?
How did campaigning methods change in the election campaign of 1828?
Georgia's actions against the Cherokee were very similar to those of South Carolina's in regard to the "tariff of abominations" in that both hinged on _________.
Why did South Carolinians protest the tariff of 1828?
What can one conclude from Jackson's response to the nullification crisis?
Why were most southern states unconcerned about Jackson's fight with South Carolina?
How was Jackson's Force Bill of 1833 connected with slavery?
How did the foundation of the Democratic party differ from that of the Whig Party?
Why was Jackson's view of the 1832 election results suspect?
What did resistance within Jackson's own cabinet suggest about his attack on the national bank?
Why was the Panic of 1837 significant for President Van Buren?
What did the Whigs mean by "executive usurpation"?
How did the two-party political system of 1840 differ from the previous system?
To what was French historian Alexis de Tocqueville referring to when he wrote that Americans did not believe "that democratic principles should undermine the husband's authority and make it doubtful who is in charge of the family"?
To what was French historian Alexis de Tocqueville referring when he wrote, "it is possible to foresee that the freer the whites in America are, the more they will seek to isolate themselves"?
Like the earlier Federalist-Jeffersonian Republican split, Whigs and Democrats were divided on
How does Jackson's interpretation of the "spoils system" compare to that of earlier presidents?