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    Andrew Jackson acted more as King Andrew who incited mob rule rather than the man of the people which he claimed to be. Andrew Jackson disagreed with different government systems, moved his friends and allies into the cabinet, and closed the national bank which proved that Andrew Jackson knew how he wanted to change the course of America and took less interest in pubic opinion. Andrew Jackson acted as more of a king than a president. Jackson did not serve for the people of America, Jackson served

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    Andrew Jackson

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    Andrew Jackson, the seventh president of the United Stated of America, was born on March 15, 1767 and died on June 8, 1845 in Nashville, Tennessee. Jackson’s parents Andrew and Elizabeth Hutchinson Jackson were Presyberitains, Scots-Irish settlers whom in 1765 emigrated from Ireland. Andrew’s birthplace is deduced to have been at one of his uncles' houses in the Waxhaw’s area between North Carolina and South Carolina, his exact whereabouts is unknown. Jackson's mother emigrated across the Appalachian

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    known as “The Age of Jackson”, America was a country on its way to the West. America’s revolutionary generation was quickly fading, making room for a new balance of political power. As the class systems were breaking down, the “common man” was better able to cast his vote for the new President. Jackson was glorified by his impressive war accomplishments and humble background of the frontier. This made him the main target for presidency in election 1824. Once coming to power, Jackson no longer portrayed

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    Andrew Jackson Dbq

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    Whether or not Andrew Jackson was a Democratic President or not has been the topic of argument for many years. During the years 1820-1840, most people did not have the right to vote. The power was in the hands of the wealthy, not the common man. White male landowners were powerful because of their political rights and participation in government. Andrew Jackson lost the presidential election of 1824. He grew up a poor common man and was a hero in war. Andrew Jackson was a Democratic president because

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    Andrew Jackson Tyrant

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    be on American currency? Does Andrew Jackson deserve to be on the twenty dollar bill? The twenty dollar bill is one the most prestigious bills in america. Andrew Jackson who is the face of it is a controversial decision made in 1929. Does he deserve to on there. Andrew jackson does not deserve to be on the twenty dollar bill because he put the indian removal act in motion, he was a sort of a tyrant,and he killed the national bank. First reason why Andrew Jackson does not deserve to be on the twenty

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    Andrew Jackson Dbq

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    out of all of the presidents the seventh president, Andrew Jackson is the best. President Jackson had a lot of experience from growing up, when he severed in the militia as a soldier and a general, and the experience he had as a president. Andrew was born on March 15, 1767 in Waxhaw’s region on the border of North and South Carolina. The exact location of his birth is uncertain. Andrews mother’s name was Elizabeth, his father’s name was Andrew. He had two brothers a two-year old brother named Hugh

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    Andrew Jackson Dbq

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    Andrew Jackson once said, “Democracy shows not only its power in reforming governments, but in regenerating a race of men and this is the greatest blessing of free governments” (BrainyQuotes). Andrew Jackson was very into getting the people involved. He wanted everyone to work and do things together and did not want to run the country himself or let Congress run the country. Andrew Jackson wanted the people to get involved in legislature and know what was going on. Andrew Jackson was a very democratic

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    Andrew Jackson Unlucky

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    Andrew Jackson should not be on the $20-dollar bill. There are many reasons why Andrew Jackson should not be representing our country by being on the $20-dollar bill. He was one of the most controversial presidents of all time. He was so controversial that people petitioned the government to get him off our currency.i He had a very bad temper, he destroyed the economy, and he was very racist. Andrew Jackson's mother volunteered as a nurse for American prisoners but got cholera and died. His oldest

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    Conceived in time of poverty, Andrew Jackson had turned into a rich Tennessee lawyer. When the time came and the war broke out between Britain and the United States, his administration in that conflict earned Jackson national fame as a military legend. He would then go on to turn into America 's most influential and polarizing political figure between the 1820s and 1830s. After barely losing to John Quincy Adams in the 1824 presidential race, Jackson returned four years after the fact to win reclamation

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    Andrew Jackson Dbq

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    Andrew Jackson is an american president that has been surrounded by controversy since the late 1820s. And though he may have meant well with his actions as president, those actions had consequences that affected many and benefited few. In the late 1820s early 1830s, there was a movement led by by Andrew Jackson that called for more democracy in the American government. With this idea of “Jacksonian Democracy”, Andrew Jackson helped form a new democratic party. The new party declared itself to be

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