This of a 3 part series is the beginning of Andrew Jackson'
Andrew Jackson born in 1767 in a log cabin on the border of the North and South Carolina (in Poverty) and died in 1845, after his mother died and his two brothers he enlisted in the American Revelation at the age of 13. Soon after he was captured
Andrew Jackson Man Of The People
Jackson was the nation’s first frontier president, and his election marked a turning point in American politics, as the center of political power shifted from East to West. “Old Hickory” was an undoubtedly strong personality, and his supporters and opponents would shape themselves into two emerging political parties: The pro-Jacksonites became the Democrats (formally Democrat-Republicans) and the anti-Jacksonites (led by Clay and Daniel Webster) were known as the Whig Party
In 1816, in the aftermath of the war, the Congress passed another tariff Act that levied a Tariff of 25% on many imported goods. While this represented a rise, it was not considered very high for the times. The Panic of 1819, largely caused by the worldwide drop in the commodity prices, encouraged many in Congress to try to wall the US off, as much as possible, from the vagaries of the world wide markets.
The Abominable Tariff
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