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1824- John Adams and the Corrupt Bargain
1828- Tariff of Abdomination
1828- Jackson's first election
For the Election of 1824, Andrew Jackson had won popular vote but DID NOT get elected; John Quincy Adams had persuaded the head of the House of Representatives making him president.
1828- South Carolina Nullification
Taxes were passed to help protect manufacturing domestically.
1830- Worchestor vs Georgia
Jackson wins his next election by supporting the Common Man.
Jackson tries to pass a higher tax on imported goods, resulting in Southern States getting upset; South Carolina threatens to secede but Jackson makes a compromise.
Jackson and Georgia wanted to take Cherokee lands but got sued by Worchestor that they were being unconstitutional. Worchestor won by the supreme court.
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