The striking feature of the Jacksonian era was


1. As Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, John Marshall was: a strong Federalist and nationalist, he supported a relatively broad interpretation of federal power, and delivered a series of the greatest decisions in American judicial history. The answer is all of the above.

2. The development of steamboats and canals, railways and turnips has stimulated the growth of the national market economy. The answer is all of the above.

3. As in 1819, the petition of the territory of Missouri to the Union as a slave state disturbed the political balance between slave states and free states.

4. The Missouri Compact of 1820 provided for the adoption of Maine as a free state.

5. The most notable feature of the Jacksonian era was an increase in the influence of the common man.

6. Jackson’s unofficial cabinet was called “the kitchen cabinet”.

7. The Indian policy of Jackson included refusing to use federal troops to defend the Cherokee tribe.

During the Jacksonian era, more white men gained the right to vote than ever before. TRUE

Through the “reel system”, trained civil servants filled government positions regardless of party membership. FALSE

The election of 1824 in the House of Representatives was fixed because none of the four candidates won a majority in the electoral college. TRUE.

Andrew Jackson was the first President not to come from an established American family in comfortable circumstances. TRUE

Jackson was a strong advocate of Calhoun’s doctrine of annulment. FALSE

Jackson opposed the national bank because he felt that he had concentrated too much power in the hands of too many people. TRUE

The policy that European nations should not interfere with America was called the IDK. Monroe doctrine

More settlers moved west after the War of 1812 because peace had been made with the Indians.

Western settlers shipped their products back to the East over the expensive turnips. TRUE