Indian Removal Act and the Trail of Tears: In 1830, President Andrew Jackson passed the Indian Removal Act. Congress established that they'll stay on what is present day Oklahoma. Many tribes agreed but the Cherokee refused. In 1838, President Martin Van Buren ordered 15,000 Cherokee natives to move west under federal protection. This is known as the Trail of Tears where 4,000 natives died.
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Jackson's last obstacle was against the Second National Bank. Congress thought that if Jackson were to vetoed the plan, it would hurt his chances in the next election. Even Though Jackson vetoed it, he still got re-elected and all the money got moved to the state banks.
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NO, The states are more powerful than the feds!
The Peoples President: Andrew Jackson invited people to come to the White House for a huge party and he pushed to extend the voter to the common man. Unfortunately, an intoxicated crowd trashed the White House.
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The "Spoil System" and Jacksons "Kitchen Cabinet.": The spoil system is when Jackson fired most of the federal workers and replaced them with his supporters. He appointed his friends and some family towards his cabinet.
Nullification crisis of 1832: In 1832, South Carolina passed the Nullification Act and threatened to secede from the Union. South Carolina passed a high tariff law over imported goods and southern farmers feared that cotton exports would decrease.
Jackson persuaded congress to pass the Enforcement Bill authorizing the president to use military force to enforce federal laws. South Carolina eventually backed down when a low tariff was passed.