HIST 1376 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Jacksonian Democracy, Independent Treasury, Warren Bridge

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Martin van buren argued that a strong national party is essential for democracy. The anti-masonry movement emerged in the 1820s in response to widespread resentment of the society of freemasons. In 1838, forcible removal of the cherokees form georgia to the present-day state of oklahoma began. During the age of jackson, voting rights were extended to most white men. In the mid-1830s, a new opposition coalition emerged called the whigs, after the party in england that traditionally worked to limit the power of the king. In 1830, massachusetts senator daniel webster challenged senator robert: hayne to a debate about states" rights versus national power. In developing his theory of nullification, john c. calhoun believed he was offering a moderate alternative to secession. A state convention vote on the tariff of abominations . Jackson was troubled by a group of cherokee and other indians in the south, known collectively as the five civilized tribes.

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