How did Andrew Jackson's policies contribute to the rise of the rival Whig party?

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Andrew Jackson's policies contributed to the rise of the Whig Party because that party was essentially an anti-Jackson coalition.  The party chose this name because Whigs were the English party opposed to the power...

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