The major divisions of a two-party political party system emerged more definitively during the Jacksonian Democracy than it did during the Jeffersonian Era. The difference between these two types of democracy was more attitude than practice but the division in the U.S. became abundantly clear during the Jacksonian Era.
1. Textbook: Chapter 10: ” Jacksonian Democracy”
2. Source Collection for Chapter 10.1 Alexis de Tocqueville – “Democracy in America” https://sourcebooks.fordham.edu/mod/tocqueville-democracy.asp
3. Source Collection for Chapter 10.2 Andrew Jackson – “His Proclamation on Nullification” (1832) https://thehermitage.com/andrew-jackson-and-nullification/
Based on the readings answer the following question in 2-3 developed paragraphs. Please answer the question in the “QUIZ” section marked Quiz 10 and save the file as a Word Document or PDF file. Be sure to reference the readings for support.
Without bringing in any personal beliefs or subjective reasoning, defend or refute the Jacksonian approach to Democracy. Do you think this was a productive system or not? Make sure you justify your response with reasons.