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National Bank

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									Warm-up! Look at the cartoon and decide
how you think Andrew Jackson felt about a
   National Bank. Write 3 sentences to
         describe your feelings.
Write: I can summarize arguments
   by Andrew Jackson against
         The National Bank
• When you see   write!!
  Andrew Jackson – Democrats (review)
• I believe in limited government
• I believe in a strict interpretation of the
  Constitution
• I OPPOSE the National Bank
• I OPPOSE tariffs
• My supporters are immigrants, farmers and
  frontiersman
• Legacy – what you
  leave behind
• Elitists - The belief that certain persons or
  members of certain classes or groups deserve
  favored treatment based on their perceived
  superiority, social status, or financial resources.
       Andrew Jackson’s Legacy
• My election showed a shift from elitists to the
  common man.
• I eliminated property ownership as a
  requirement for voting! This expanded voting
  rights.
• Institution - A society or organization founded
  for a religious, educational, social, or similar
  purpose (ex. College, bank, church)
• Charter – A written grant by a country’s
  government that allows creation on an
  institution (ex. A National Bank)
• Veto – to reject a law
 Read pg. 348 “War Against the Bank”
• Answer the following questions: YES – write
  the question!!
  1. Who did Andrew Jackson think was in control of
     the Bank of the United States?

  2. In the election of 1832 who were Jackson’s
  opponents?

  – You have ten minutes to complete!!
 The Bank of the
United States is too
    powerful!!
 The Bank of the
  United States
controls all of the
money in the U.S.
The Bank of the
United States is
run by ELITISTS!
I will VETO the
 CHARTER for
the Bank of the
 United States.
 Andrew Jackson & The National Bank
• The National Bank is too powerful.
• The National Bank controls all of the money in
  the U.S.
• The National Bank is run by ELITISTS!
• I will VETO the CHARTER to keep the National
  Bank running.
       Meaningful Conversation
Do you think that the country today is run by
elitists or the common man?

2 minutes to discuss with partner.
Be prepared to share one answer.
I can summarize landmark
   supreme court cases.
                  Warm-up:
Finish the sentence stem.

1.)The election of Andrew Jackson in 1828
______________________________________.
2.) ______________________________________.

Write anything you want regarding to the election
of Andrew Jackson. MUST HAVE 2 sentences. (:
     Page 325 – 325 McCullough vs.
               Maryland
1. Who:
2. Issue:
3. Court’s Decision:
4. Significance of the Decision:
     Page 625-626: McCullough v.
              Maryland
• Who: James McCullough & Maryland Bank
• Issue: The state of Maryland tried to tax its’
  branch of the National Bank
• Court’s Decision: States can’t claim to have
  power over the federal government
• Significance of the Decision: Power of the
  federal government is upheld by the Supreme
  Court
      Meaningful Conversation:
• Do you agree with the Supreme Court ruling in
  McCullough v. Maryland? Why or why not.
• Be prepared to share one reason.
      Page 624: Gibbons v. Ogden
•   Who:
•   Issue:
•   Court’s Decision:
•   Significance of the Decision:
   Page 325: Gibbons v. Ogden
• Who: Thomas Gibbons & Aaron Ogden
• Issue: Steamship operations fought over
  shipping rights on Hudson River in New
  Jersey and New York
• Court’s Decision: Only the federal
  government has the power to regulate
  interstate commerce
• Significance of the Decision: Federal
  governments power is reinforced
              Quiz Question
1. How did the Supreme Court’s decision in
McCullough vs. Maryland show they interpreted
the Constitutional principle of federalism?
     A. only the federal government could
     regulate banks
     B. If Maryland taxed the bank, they had to
     give the money to the government
              Quiz Question
2. Which political party in 1828 supported
Andrew Jackson?
     A. Anti-Mason Party
     B. Democratic Party
     C. Whig Party
     D. Federalist Party
               Quiz Question
3. Which political party rejected the national
bank?
     A. Anti-Mason Party
     B. Democratic Party
     C. Whig Party
     D. Federalist
              Quiz Question
4. Which of the following people supported a
national bank?
     A. James Madison
     B. Andrew Jackson
     C. Alexander Hamilton
     D. all of the above
            True or False

5. The election of Andrew Jackson in
1828 demonstrated a shift from the
common man to the elitists.
              Quiz Question
6. Which group of people supported Andrew
   Jackson?
     A. Whigs
     B. Common People
     C. Elitists
     D. Wealthy Bankers
               Quiz Question
7. Which of the following is a reason that
Jackson OPPOSED the National Bank?

  A. The bank had corrupt leaders.
  B. The bank threatened foreign trade.
  C. The bank had too much power over the economy
  and favored the wealthy.
  D. It restricted Jackson from raising tariffs.
              Quiz Question
8. During the Nullification Crisis who would
have likely said the following?


“ Our federal union … must be preserved.”

     A. Northerners
     B. Southerners
              Quiz Question
9. During the Nullification Crisis who would have
likely said the following?

 “The Union – next to our liberty, most dear.”

A. Northerners
B. Southerners
              Quiz Question
• What was the significance of the Gibbons v.
  Ogden Supreme Court Case?

     A. States can regulate commerce between
     one another.
     B. States can regulate trade on rivers
     between states.
     C. Only the federal government has the
     power to regulate interstate commerce.

								
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