Constitutional Crisis and Andrew Jackson

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Constitutional Crisis and Andrew Jackson

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Teaches that President Andrew Jackson vastly expanded the authority of the executive branch, and summarizes the roles of Andrew Jackson, John Calhoun, and Henry Clay during the Nullification Crisis, Bank War, and presidential election of 1832.

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Related Topics

  • Andrew Jackson
  • bank war
  • Henry Clay
  • John Calhoun
  • nullification crisis
  • Second Bank of the United States

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