•  CHAPTER ELEVEN: THE GROWTH OF DEMOCRACY, 1824–1840

    Expansion and Limits of Suffrage

     

    Election of 1824

                “Corrupt Bargain”

     

    Popular Democratic Culture

     

    Adams Administration

     

    The Election of 1828

         JACKSON PRESIDENCY

    “Everyman”

     

                Nation’s Leader versus Sectional Spokesmen

                            Veto

     

                Clay, Webster and Calhoun

     

     

                The Nullification Crisis

                            Tariff

     

                            Calhoun- South Carolina Exposition

     

                Indian Removal

                            Indian Removal Act

     

                            Worchester v. Georgia (1832)

     

                            Trail of Tears (1838*)

     

                Bank War

                            Clay & Webster Plan (re: election of 1832)

     

                                       

                            Jackson- stance on the 2nd B.U.S.

     

     

                            Results

     

                Internal Improvements

                            Maysville Road Veto

     

     

                            Impact

    Whigs, Van Buren, and the Election of 1836

     

     

    The Panic of 1837

     

     

    The Campaign of 1840

     

     

    Whig Victory Turns to Loss: The Tyler Presidency

     

     

    Spread of the Written Word

                Morse -1844

     

     

    Creating a National American Culture

    Washington Irving, James Fenimore Cooper, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Walt Whitman

                “The American Scholar”

     

    Artists and Builders

                Hudson River School

               

    George Caleb Bingham

     

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