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Ch 7: Jacksonian Democracy: Tutoring Solution

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The Jacksonian Democracy chapter of this High School U.S. History Tutoring Solution is a flexible and affordable path to learning about Jacksonian democracy. These simple and fun video lessons are each about five minutes long and they teach all of the topics involving Jacksonian democracy required in a typical high school U.S. history course.

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  • Begin your assignment or other high school U.S. history work.
  • Identify the Jacksonian democracy concepts that you're stuck on.
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  • Complete the quizzes to test your understanding.
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  • Struggle with understanding the Age of the Common Man, the rise of executive power, the Panic of 1837, or any other Jacksonian democracy topic
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Learning Objectives

  • Discuss the controversy surrounding the election of 1824.
  • Learn about the Age of the Common Man.
  • Explain why the Whig party opposed Andrew Jackson.
  • Examine the debate over states' rights.
  • Describe President Jackson's economic policies.
  • Take a look at Jackson's forced removal of Native Americans and the Trail of Tears.
  • Discuss Alexis de Tocqueville's observations on democracy in America.
  • Explore the presidencies of Martin Van Buren and William Henry Harrison.

9 Lessons in Chapter 7: Jacksonian Democracy: Tutoring Solution
President John Quincy Adams and the Election of 1824

1. President John Quincy Adams and the Election of 1824

The election of 1824 and its candidates played a huge role in the election of John Quincy Adams as president. In this lesson, look at the dramatic turn in presidential politics and the not-so-remarkable presidency of this public servant.

President Andrew Jackson and the Age of the Common Man

2. President Andrew Jackson and the Age of the Common Man

In this lesson, we will explore the dirty politics of the 1828 election and the Age of the Common Man in American politics. Discover how this election changed American politics forever.

Andrew Jackson vs. the Whig Party: Rise of Executive Power

3. Andrew Jackson vs. the Whig Party: Rise of Executive Power

In this lesson, we will discuss how Andrew Jackson's administration strengthened executive power as well as the rise of the Whig Party in opposition to Jackson and his policies.

Regional Conflict in America: Debate Over States' Rights

4. Regional Conflict in America: Debate Over States' Rights

In this lesson, we will explore sectional tensions that emerged between the West, North, and South over land and tariffs, leading to confrontations in the Senate and a second nullification crisis.

Jacksonian America: Bank of the United States and the Panic of 1837

5. Jacksonian America: Bank of the United States and the Panic of 1837

In this lesson, we will discuss President Andrew Jackson's economic policies, including his determination to close the Bank of the United States and the financial panic of 1837.

The Trail of Tears and Jackson's Indian Removal Act of 1830

6. The Trail of Tears and Jackson's Indian Removal Act of 1830

In this lesson, we'll discuss Jackson's forced removal of Native Americans from their land in the east to new territory west of the Mississippi River.

Democracy in America by Alexis de Tocqueville

7. Democracy in America by Alexis de Tocqueville

In this lesson, we'll learn about Alexis de Tocqueville, a Frenchman who wrote a book about his observations of American society during the Jackson era.

Presidents Martin Van Buren and William Henry Harrison

8. Presidents Martin Van Buren and William Henry Harrison

Watch this lesson to learn about Martin Van Buren's administration (1837-1841), the elections of 1836 and 1840, and the short-lived presidency of William Henry Harrison.

Bank of the United States: History & Explanation

9. Bank of the United States: History & Explanation

The Bank of the United States has an extensive legacy in American financial history. Learn more about the rise and fall of the First and Second Banks of the United States.

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