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I’m studying and need help with a History question to help me learn.Assignment 1:The years between 1813 and 1845 brought a lot of change to the United States. How business was done in the United States was transformed by better communication (including the invention of the telegraph), better transportation (canals, steamships, and the first railroads). The economy, especially in the North, boomed, then busted, then boomed again. The voter franchise expanded to include all white men but at the same time disenfranchised women and free African Americans. Politics became fraught with tension during the campaigns of Adams and Jackson, leading to the growth of stable political parties instead of having parties that only formed right around election time.The relationship between Native Americans and the federal government, while always tense, deteriorated with the First Seminole War and then later with the Indian Removal Act and the Trail of Tears.With the new territory added to the United States by the Louisiana Purchase, tensions between North and South over power in the Senate ratcheted up. The growing abolition movement’s attempts to get Southerners to listen to their promotion of freedom for all slaves added to that tension. The Missouri compromise put a lid on the issue for a little while but dissension over slavery was just below the surface. The Nullification crisis was one symptom of the continuing tension.Review the Content pages and the chapters in your textbook.
Consider the period between 1815 and 1845.
Respond to the following question with a 250-word reply by 9:00 p.m. PST on Wednesday, January , 2021:
Which of these issues brought the most change between 1815 and 1845? politics,
relationship between Native Americans
relationship between the North and the South
the growing abolition movement
This week we are looking at the presidency of Andrew Jackson and what would become known as Jacksonian Democracy. In this discussion, I would like you to evaluate Andrew Jackson’s presidency. Be sure that you have done the readings and watched the videos on the content pages before you begin your evaluation. 1. Carefully think about what Andrew Jackson did well and what he did poorly as president.in terms of the economy, relations with Native Americans, maintaining the union, and setting new precedents for the practice of politics in the United States. 2. By Wednesday, January 27, 8:00 p.m., write and submit a 250-word initial post that responds to the following :State what your criteria for a good president is. (Hint: this should be based on the Constitution)
Based on your criteria, was Andrew Jackson a good president or a bad president or somewhere in between?
Explain your response by referring to the material you have reviewed for the course.
3. By Saturday, January 30, 2020, at 8:00 p.m., respond to at least two of your fellow group members posts with replies that are a minimum of 4 to 5 sentences in length. Be sure to engage with what your fellow group members are saying and support your responses with evidence.
PLEASE USE THE BOOK ATTACHED THAT YOU HAVE USED before in the last assignments:) Please and thank youAlso when you are done, I need to post your responses to see the replies from other people can you please give me responses after? Once I know what I am responding to. Please and thank you
Requirements: 250 words per assignment(2), and 4 short replies