What Helped the Whigs Gain Power in 1840?

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There are three common factors which helped the Whigs to gain power in the 1840. They include massive recession, high unemployment in Northern cities and economic downturn.
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Economic downturn A massive recession High unemployment in Northern cities
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Jacksons successors. • 1837-1841 martin van Buren. He inherited Jacksons financial crisis. He tried to reform the banking system but failed and was blamed for all of the financial
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I would say that other than having a war hero, the Whigs profited from what we would now call the populist vote. They were lucky to be able to cast themselves as the party of the
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