Did New York approve of a strong central government in 1828?
No, they believed in a representative government.
The main advantage of a central government was to ensure that policy debate and implementation in terms of service delivery is done at one point. This will eliminate variations in service delivery approach and channel government spending through a centrally customise service pipeline, on the other hand, it is cumbersome to plan the delivery of government at one point without taking into account the dynamics and economics drivers of a particular section of the country…
Whose election in 1828 represented a victory for the common man and direct democracy as well as the spoils system of giving loyal supports government jobs?
The Southern political thinker who most prominently justified Southern resistance to the Tariff of 1828 was?
Andrew Jackson was the first President to be a common man. He wasn't well educated, nor wealthy like the presidents from before. He vetoed 12 laws, more than any president had ever done. Had a strong belief in democracy, where people should have more power than the government. Thus, he minimized the government's power.
answer to election of 1824 and 1828. the method of the election of 1824 and 1828 was for john Q Adams to win the tie by getting Henry clays vote and the house of representatives votes, but for the citizens to get mad at john Q. Adams for cheating and them voting for Jackson the next election in 1828.