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FOA- Monday, February 9, 2015 1.) Who were the 6th and 7th Presidents? 2.)What was the Spoils System? *Study for your FOA quiz if you didn’t take it Friday. Monday’s Answers 1). John Qunicy Adams was the 6th president, and Andrew Jackson was the 7th president. 2) The Spoils System was a practice of rewarding (giving) government jobs to political supporters and replacing government employees with supporters of the winner of the election. Tuesday, February 10, 2015 1) How did Andrew Jackson feel about the native Americans. 2) What was the political party that emerged in the 1830’s? Tuesday’s Answers 1) Andrew Jackson felt that the Native Americans were hostile and a potential threat. He thought they should all move West of the Mississippi River. 2) The political party that emerged in the 1830’s were The Whigs, which included former National Republicans and other anti-Jackson forces. Wednesday, February 11, 2015 1) What was Jacksonian Democracy? 2) What was the corrupt bargain? Wednesday’s Answers • 1.) Jacksonian Democracy was the idea of widening political power to more of the people. • 2.) The “corrupt bargain’ was what Jackson called the House of Representatives’ vote to elect John Q Adams as president. Thursday, February 12, 2015 • 1.)How did President Andrew Jackson feel about the Bank of the United States? • 2.)What was the Force Bill? • 3.) What Native American Tribe was forced to walk to Trail of Tears? What was the only tribe to successfully resist? • 4.) What was the reason behind keeping slave and free states equal in the Missouri Compromise? Thursday’s Answers • 1.) Andrew Jackson felt that National Bank was favored wealthy people. • 2.) The Force Bill allows the president to use the United States military to enforce federal law. • 3.) The Cherokee traveled on the Trail of Tears. The Seminoles were the Native American Tribe that resisted. • 4.)The Missouri Compromise kept slave and free states equal to keep the balance in the Senate. Friday, February 13, 2015 • 1) What was the central issue of the 1832 election? • Study for your Benchmark! Friday’s Answer • The central issue of the 1832 election was that Henry Clay and Daniel Webster hoped that when Andrew Jackson vetoes the proposed charter for the Bank of the United States, it would lessen his popular vote. It did the exact opposite.