You guys are ALL FIRED! Now friends and supporters who wants a job in the White House?
In this private meeting Henry Clay and John Quincy Adams discuss politics. This is one of those quid pro quo situations. Henry Clay tells Adams that he will inflence the vote so he can win and in return he will be appointed Secretary of State
We shall place tariffs on imported and exported goods. This might make the south come to their senses and begin industrialization!
I hope the south knows they can just nullify the acts
In 1724, Andrew Jackson lost to John Quincy Adams. When he lost he didn't sulk he started campaigning for the election of 1728. He won that election in a landslide but one of his mottos was the people's president. He stated that he was no different from the common man even though he was rich and owned hundreds of acres in Tennessee. As president he opened the Doors of the White House to the people of America.
When Jackson became president he fired most of the people in the White House and appointed new people which were his close friends and supporters. This was called the "spoil system".He established something known as the kitchen Cabinet. This is similar to the cabinet with the treasurer but this is a cabinet appointed of his closest friends.
The Nullification Crisis of 1832-1833 happened when Andrew Jackson tried to enforce tariffs south states were not very happy but they couldn't do anything, or so they thought. All of a sudden vice president Calhoun told South Carolina that they could just nullify the act and that's exactly what they did.
After the South said they would either nullify the act or secede from the states the federal government past the force bill which means he could use whatever force seemed necessary to enforce tariffs. If they seceded from the Union they would attack them make them follow the law.
Congress was preasurred by hungry wgite settlers and Jackson to pass the indian removal act of 1830. The first indian territory would be established in Oklahoma. Many of the tribes were pressured to move west. Cherokees refused and they were put under military guard to be forcibly moved. Over 4000 Cherokee died of disease, hunger, and exposure to weather. This trail has been called the trail of tears.