dbq jacksonian democracy

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American History

 

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April 13, 2014

 

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Even though when tried in the Supreme Court, Cherokee Nation vs. Georgia, the Cherokee were given the rights to their land. Jackson overrode the decision by upholding the Constitution allowing majority rule, forcing the Indians to the west of the Mississippi River. More often then not Jackson's rulings ignored the individual liberties of the citizens by instead helping to uphold the Constitution...
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More often then not Jackson's rulings ignored the individual liberties of the citizens by instead helping to uphold the Constitution. Through many of Jackson's vetos and highly discriminated decisions he was still able to maintain and protect the political democracy for the common man. Though Daniel Webster criticized Jackson's veto of the Bank of the United States, it was able to satisfy many people who were weary of the banks control...
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