rose4825
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Why did Henry Clay and Daniel Webster persuade Nicholas Biddle to apply for a recharter of the national bank in 1832? a. to provoke a negative response from Andrew Jackson and discredit him b. hopes that the bank would be renewed c. loss of interest in the bank, which would renew automatically in four years d. to embarrass Nicholas Biddle, whom they did not trust
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rose4825
  • rose4825
I think it might be A
okdutchman7
  • okdutchman7
A is correct Clay and Webster were Whigs and enemies of the Democrat Andrew Jackson by applying to Nicholas Biddle they hoped to vilify and discredit him.

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