British refusal to acknowledge the United States diplomatically.
asserted the supremacy of state governments.
temporarily allowed North Carolina to "nullify" a federal law.
Demonstrated the ability of the executive branch to "enforce" laws.
Proved that Jackson was not a "man of the people."
A rise in manufacturing due to an emphasis on free trade.
a focus on establishing a strong domestic market economy via protective tariffs and an emphasis on improving the U.S.'s economic infrastructure.
solidarity during the Nullification Crisis.
Extraordinary leadership under Andrew Jackson.
Militarily in the War of 1812.
as the most influential individual in the Republican Party.
as a respected friend of the Indians.
as the most influential supporter of the Bank of the United States.
The Battle of Waterloo.