Andrew Jackson accused Adams of corrupt bargain to buy the presidency. His father was the second president and the people who knew him voted for his son.
1828- South Carolina Nullification
States can nullify laws and tarrifs.
A Protective Tariff passed to protect industry in the north. It benefited the north, but hurt the south.
1832- Worcester vs. Georgia
In Jackson's first election he was supported by the common man and was known to be a war hero. During his presidency he expanded suffrage.
1836- Trail of Tears
John C. Calhoun said states should be able to nullify laws and taxes that did not benefit the state. He was wrong and states have to follow all federal laws/tariffs.
John C. Calhoun
A case in which Worcester accused Georgia of passing an unconstitutional law that stated that he could not live with the Native Americans without a license. Worcester won and they decided it was unconstitutional.
The Journey taken by Native Americans that were forced to move west of the mississippi. 16000 were on the journey and 4000 died.