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Emerging Sectional Conflicts in the United States From the Years 1828-1840
Many of the emerging sectional conflicts of this time began to manifest themselves during the presidency of Andrew Jackson and in the domestic policies he had put in place.
One of the most obvious conflicts was the division between the northern and southern states. This was evident in Jackson himself and in his government policies. Jackson supported the southern states and their ideas, which was obvious in his supporters, who were mainly southerners or westerners. Also his main opposition came from northerners or those who supported northern ideas. Furthermore his everlasting desire to…
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