Jacksonian Democracy: The First Term video

Video title: The First Term

Use this American History video entitled Jacksonian Democracy: The First Term to study the age of President Andrew Jackson and the political and social changes associated with Jacksonian Democracy. Learn about Andrew Jackson's career from plantation owner to military hero to president of the United States.

Trace the life of Andrew Jackson, from a young boy orphaned at 14, to plantation owner to military hero to president of the United States. You'll discover how Jackson redefined the role of the American president and American politics were redefined through his aggressive use of executive power.

 

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Jacksonian Democracy: The First Term video. Learning Objectives for this video:

  • Jackson Democracy. Learn about The First Term of Jacksonian Democracy. Survey the policies of Andrew Jackson and explore the political and social changes during his presidency and gain insight to the growth of America,s political parties and the rise of the professional politician.
  • Trace the life of the military hero Andrew Jackson and identify the ways in which he redefined the role of the American president and American politics through his aggressive use of executive power.
  • Explore the political and social changes resulting from the policies of President Andrew Jackson, such as his use of the veto, his opposition to the Second Bank of the United States, and his disregard of tribal lands inhabited by Native Americans.
  • Consider the ways in which the tenets of Jacksonian Democracy continue to influence American politics today.
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