How did the ideology of the Whigs differ from that of the Jacksonian Democrats? (HIS101) - 23464

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DQ How did the ideology of the Whigs differ from that of the Jacksonian Democrats? (HIS101)

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Whigs and Jacksonian Democrats are opposing political parties that both originated from the Democratic-Republican parities. Jacksonian Democrats supported more state rights and less influence from a federal government while Whigs fought for a strong and centralized federal government that would place its power in Congress. Jacksonian Democrats fought for the average citizen and the right of any citizen to hold office while Whigs favored big business and tariffs that would benefit the growth of industry. The result of this economic approach would be the middle to lower class citizen would be hardest hit by

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