the eventual election of andrew jackson indicated which shift un U.S. politics

increased reliance on aristocratic families
acceptance of the common man
increased rights for native americans
acceptance of british influence

This is for the Unit 2 Lesson 4 Westward Movement Quiz:

For the last one, you have to read pages 325-327 of your textbook. It's not as boring as you think. I hate SS, but reading about this was actually very interesting and doesn't take long. Read the pages to answer the question properly. Here is an idea. Please do not copy this your teacher will know because they run your answer through plagiarized websites.

7. Basically Georgia passed the Worcester v. Georgia law that allowed them control over the Native's land so they lived on the land east of the Mississippi. The government wanted that land because they thought that the Native Americans were getting in the way of westward expansion of the United Sates. This got to the Supreme Court where they ruled their decision that Georgia didn't have a right to control territory outside it's state line. Then the government passed the Indian Removal Act which allowed the government to trade the Natives land west of the Mississippi for their land in the east. This forced the Natives to be removed from their land and migrate to the other side of the Mississippi.

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Totally math
So math like
It even sounds like math

Should have seen all those rough commoners at the inauguration party at the White House. They nearly destroyed the joint.

By the way, math?

I do not know what to say, but that helps a lot I suppose.

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The eventual election of Andrew Jackson indicated a shift in U.S. politics towards the acceptance of the common man.

To understand this answer, let's break it down:

Andrew Jackson, the seventh president of the United States, was elected in 1828. His election marked a significant departure from previous political norms and represented a growing emphasis on democratic ideals.

To determine the shift, we need to consider the options provided:

1. Increased reliance on aristocratic families: This option suggests a shift towards the consolidation of power among wealthy, elite families. However, Andrew Jackson's election actually moved away from such reliance, as he was seen as a champion of the common people.

2. Acceptance of the common man: This option aligns with the shift represented by Andrew Jackson's election. Jackson portrayed himself as a defender of the rights and interests of ordinary citizens, challenging the dominance of political elites.

3. Increased rights for Native Americans: While Jackson's presidency was marked by controversial policies towards Native Americans (such as the Indian Removal Act), his election did not necessarily indicate an increased focus on their rights. Rather, his policies demonstrated a disregard for Native American sovereignty and security.

4. Acceptance of British influence: This option is unlikely to be the correct answer because Andrew Jackson was known for his staunch nationalism and opposition to foreign influence, including British influence.

Ultimately, the correct answer is the acceptance of the common man. The election of Andrew Jackson signaled a shift towards a more populist and democratic approach to politics, where the concerns and rights of ordinary citizens were seen as crucial.