Thousands of people poured into Washington to attend Jackson's inauguration and a party in the White House afterwards. The impact of this was that the party got out of hand and the intoxicated attenders trashed the WHite House.
I'm the common man's spokesperson!
You can't see our faces but yeah we're happy!
The Spoils System was a system that Andrew Jackson made to reward people who supported him with government jobs. The impact and effect of the Spoils System was that people who supported Jackson, weren't necessarily qualified for the jobs that they were given.
Okay, here's a job!
Hey Mr. Jackson! I support you!
Jackson removed all previous gov't staff and replaced them all with people who supported him, he did this with his cabinet too. The impact and effect was that it was often called the "Kitchen Cabinet", his opponents called his cabinet that because the people appointed in the cabinet weren't really good at their jobs.
I don't really know, remember I'm just your cousin...
We're just stickies, we're not real characters. Give us a break!
What should we do next, Cabinet?
I just got hired for supporting you, I'm not really qualified.
The Nullification Crisis started when South Carolina said that they can nullify tariff acts because they found them unconstitutional. So if the tariffs were nullified, South Carolina wouldn't have to pay. The effect of that was that Andrew Jackson said that South Carolina or any other state did not have the right to nullify a federal law. However, thanks to Henry Clay's efforts, The Compromise Tariff of 1833 was eventually accepted by South Carolina and ended the nullification crisis
Okay we're gonna pass a law, so yeah.
We're gonna not like do that and like nullify your stuff okay?
The Indian Removal Act was basically a law letting the president move Native Americans west, so he can take their land. The effect and impact of this was the Trail of Tears, the trail Native Americans had to go through to go west. Many Native Americans died during this journey because of the cold or starvation. If the walk didn't kill them, Andrew Jackson gave them blankets carrying chicken-pox, which killed many Native Americans off.
The Bank War was a political struggle and it was all about Andrew Jackson wanting to remove the Second National Bank of the United States. Jackson felt that having a national bank was unconstitutional and that it harmed state rights. The effect was that the national bank was ultimately destroyed and was replaced by various state banks.