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Martin van Buren's presidency and popularity were MOST hampered by
a poor economy due to the Panic of 1837, exacerbated by van Buren's counterproductive economic policies.
his carrying out the Cherokee removal.
his push for limiting the spread of slavery to Western states.
his unwilllingness to annex Texas.
his refusal to demand England give up its claim on the Oregon Territory.