Issues Surrounding The Election Of 1800 Questions And Answers

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1.Discuss the issues surrounding the election of 1800 and explain why it is referred to as the “Revolution of 1800”.
I thought an issue surrounding the election of 1800 was the unbalanced electoral college In BTP on page 218
“The three fifths clause which account did slaves in the population though they were not allowed to vote, gave the southern states advantage in the electoral college the ultimately took the election for Jefferson.” Do you did the slaves counted for 3/5 of a person it caused unbalanced and gave Jefferson an unfair advantage during the presidential election

Issue: Jefferson’s views
On US it states,
“Federalists attacked Jefferson as an un-Christian deist whose sympathy for the French Revolution would bring …show more content…

2. In what ways did development in transportation bring about economic and social change in the United States in the period 1810-1840? Thesis: The developments in transportation in the early 19th century brought about the completion of new canals and roads, these developments linked the east to the west an example of this on page 161 in amsco is
“The completion of the Erie canal in New York state in 1825 was a major event in linking the economies of western farms and eastern cities”
This is showing that transportation simulates an economic dependency of the cities on the farms in which they are receiving goods from.

The development of the Erie Canal and New York Harbor in 1825 brought about more freedom to transport different goods in btp on page 274 it …show more content…

To what extent was his image as a man of the people accurate?

I think Jackson became a symbol of the democratic ferment because of his political portrayal as the “common man” states “With his strategy to identify himself as a common man just like the people he would represent, he was able to garner the necessary votes to beat Adams and earn the presidency in 1828.”
This quote proves that the proves that Jackson portraying himself in the “common man” sort of way proved to make him very popular and get him the status of president.

I think Jackson’s image as a man of the people was accurate to the extent of his life before president however during his presidency, he image shifted more towards him being a tyrant because of the implementation of the spoils system. states “Jackson believed in rotation in office. America was best served with clearing out the old officeholders and replacing them with appointees of the winning candidates. However, this "spoils system" would eventually lead to supporters of Jackson receiving government jobs regardless of their

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