Which of the following is an accurate comparison of Adams and Jackson?
A. Adams supported efforts to promote the growth of businesses, while Jackson supported efforts to help the ordinary man.
B. Jackson supported the idea of high tariffs to increase revenue, but Adams wanted to end high tariffs.
C. Adams had strong support from the rural areas in the South and West, but Jackson's strongest supporters were from the North
D. Jackson wanted to improve the territory already under the control of the U.S., but Adams wanted to expand territory to the Pacific Ocean.
I am slightly lost on this question. Is it C.? If not, please explain and then I will probably figure it out.
Actually, I change my answer to A. That seems more reasonable
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A is the best answer, not because it "makes sense" but because it's closer to the facts than the others, which are patently false. Read your text materials. Both men are interesting and had an impact on us long after they left the scene, one way or another.
The question asks for an accurate comparison of Adams and Jackson. To find the correct answer, let's analyze the given options one by one:
A. This option states that Adams supported efforts to promote the growth of businesses, while Jackson supported efforts to help the ordinary man. To verify if this is accurate, we need to examine the historical positions and policies of Adams and Jackson. Adams, as a Federalist, had a favorable view of promoting industrial and commercial growth. On the other hand, Jackson, as a Democrat, was known for his support of the common people and his opposition to concentrated economic power. So, this option accurately captures the contrasting views of Adams and Jackson.
B. This option suggests that Jackson supported high tariffs to increase revenue, while Adams wanted to end high tariffs. To determine the accuracy of this statement, we can examine the historical records. In reality, it was the other way around. Adams advocated for maintaining high protective tariffs to support domestic manufacturing and protect American industries, while Jackson opposed high tariffs and favored a policy of lower tariffs. Therefore, this option is not accurate.
C. This option claims that Adams had strong support from rural areas in the South and West, while Jackson's strongest supporters were from the North. To verify this, we need to look at the historical context. Adams indeed had more support in the Northeast, whereas Jackson had stronger support in the South and West. Hence, this option accurately captures the regional differences in their support base.
D. This option states that Jackson wanted to improve the existing U.S. territory, while Adams wanted to expand territory to the Pacific Ocean. This comparison is not accurate. Adams did advocate for the expansion of the United States, but his focus was on promoting trade, diplomacy, and scientific exploration rather than territorial expansion. Jackson, although advocating for the strengthening of American control over existing territory, did not have a primary focus on expanding territory to the Pacific Ocean. Therefore, this option is not accurate.
Now, based on our analysis, we can conclude that the accurate comparison of Adams and Jackson is option A.
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