In what ways was the presidency of Andrew Jackson the era of the “common man”?

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Additional information Please make sure to pay careful attention to the instructions before you complete this exam. This assignment is worth 210 points. You may take notes on the back of this paper OR on one side of a standard 8 X 11 page. You may not write your responses in full in your notes, and you are required to turn in your notes, write in pen, and use a green book for ten points. Most of your preparation should be done outside of class and you should be ready to write when you arrive in class on December 14th. SECTION ONE: (50 points) You are to answer ONE of the following two short answer questions. Make sure to use evidence from your reading materials and/or information from lecture in each response. Make sure to address each part of each question completely. Answers with simple generalizations or that neglect a part of the question will be evaluated as incomplete. Using Reading the American Past in encouraged. 1) Describe EITHER the women’s rights movement OR the anti-slavery movement of the mid-nineteenth century. Be sure to discuss the successes and failures of the movement. 2) In what ways was the presidency of Andrew Jackson the era of the “common man”? SECTION TWO: (100 points) This assignment requires you to demonstrate your analytical skills by writing ONE short essay on ONE of the following topics. In doing so, show you comprehend and can utilize all relevant course materials, including class lectures, and assigned primary and secondary source readings. Note that outside sources are not relevant to this assignment. Answer ONE of the following questions in short essay format. Your response should be three to four paragraphs in length. Make sure to include a thesis statement as the introduction to your response, which presents a clear and cohesive argument that will be supported throughout your entire essay. Compare and contrast the differences between the early nineteenth-century American North and South. In what ways were the economic systems, politics, and culture of the regions in conflict? What were the consequences of western expansion? How did the growth of the United States lead to political, social, and economic tensions within the west and between the North and the South? from reading the American past by Micheal p Johnson and from Text book: Out of Many: Teaching and Learning Classroom Edition, Volume One Author: Faragher Edition: 5th OR 6th Publisher: Pearson
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