Chapter 11: Political Innovation in a Mechanical Age, 1828-1840
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Choose a section from this chapter:
- The South Carolina Exposition and Protest
- The Election of 1828
- Voting Rights
- Innovations in Transportation
- The Webster-Hayne Debate
- Nullification and the Tariff of 1832
- “King Andrew’s” Veto
- The End of the Bank of the United States
- State Charters
- The Supreme Court and the Obligation of Contracts
- The Courts and Business
- The Indian Removal Act
- The Treaty Party
- The Black Hawk War
- The Modern Political Party
- Whigs versus Democrats
- American Journal
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