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Chapter-11- The Jacksonian Impulse

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Chapter-11- The Jacksonian Impulse
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1.  The vice president during Andrew Jackson's first term as president was
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2.  Peggy Eaton was controversial because her background offended
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3.  Jackson's veto of the Maysville Road Bill
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4.  John C. Calhoun proposed his theory of nullification in reaction to
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5.  John C. Calhoun's theory of nullification provided
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6.  In the Webster-Hayne debate, Robert Y. Hayne
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7.  At the Jefferson Day Dinner in 1830, Andrew Jackson offered as a toast,
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8.  As a result of Henry Clay's compromise in 1833,
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9.  Indian removal in the South was more difficult than in the Midwest because
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10.  Jackson helped to bring an early end to the Bank of the United States by
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11.  The Whigs
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12.  Causes of the Panic of 1837 included
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13.  To keep the government financially sound after the Panic of 1837, Van Buren proposed
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14.  The Whig coalition included
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15.  The "Log Cabin and Hard Cider" campaign was in support of
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