Cartoon Definitions - Luis Arellano

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  • Luis Arellano Period 2 3/3/17 Cartoon Definitions
  • 3. Actually I do.
  • 4. Ever since the Jacksonian Democracy, the common man have had more rights
  • Jacksonian Democracy
  • 5. And to think it all started because of a presidential election, which he won in 1828
  • 1. I'm gonna hit you so hard and fast, you won't even know what was coming.
  • 2. You have no right to speak to me like that.
  • I'm going to be the Andrew Jackson of the NBA.
  • I'm going to change the whole league like how Andrew Jackson had changed the government during the time of the spoils system act.
  • What?
  • ...Ok...
  • Spoils System
  • 2. Andrew Jackson was supportive and alongside other white men, who wanted Native American territory to come to an end.
  • 4. The Native Americans came face to face with an end that was no longer near, and headed to the west shedding a long lasting Trail of Tears.
  • 3. They wanted Native Americans to flee to the west of Mississippi, and it's weird that people started talking about this until the year of 2000 and 15.
  • Indian Removal Policy
  • 1. Let me take you back to 1830, when the Native American and White relationships were nothing but dirty.
  • State's Rights
  • PLUS
  • Southerners angered by the raising of Tariffs, calling it the Tariff of Abomination. Also, Andrew Jackson states in an interview that he believes in the Federal Government.
  • WESTERN
  • VS.
  • HAYNE
  • I hate that bank, I mean, who doesn't. Theres so much to hate about it.
  • Wait, What the-
  • War on National Bank/Economic Decisions
  • Are you sure about that?
  • Don't worry, it's unconstitutional.
  • Please don't take my bank.
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