During his presidency, Jackson tried to force the cabinet wives to accept Peggy Eaton (the secretary of war's wife) socially. The cabinet wives refused and most of the cabinet reigned. Their resignation contributed to John C. Calhoun's resignation.
You guys should tell your wives to be nicer to Peggy Eaton.
Come on guys, just be nicer to my wife.
You all have to leave this land and move to the west of the Mississippi!
In 1830, Jackson signed the Indian Removal Act which forced the Native Americans to leave their traditional homelands and move west of the Mississippi River. By 1835, most if the Native Americans were forced west.
In 1828, South Carolina had declared the increased tariffs unconstitutional. Jackson tried to compromise with South Carolina by suggesting to Congress to lower the tarif. This compromise postponed South Carolina's nullification.
Let's try to get Congress to lower the tariff, so South Carolina stops this Nullification business.