Andrew Jackson: A Man Of The People

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Andrew Jackson: A Man of the People Andrew Jackson during his presidency faced hard and trying issues that put him and his beliefs to the test. He had to try to make the proper decision not only for his close friends and family, but for an entire nation. Topics like slavery, Indian removal, bank control, Industrialization, and the preservation of the Union, that if not handled properly, could result in civil war, or the division of the country. Andrew Jackson, despite the effects and biases of some of his decisions, was truly a great transformative leader during the early stages of the United States based on his incredible ability to keep expand the country, industrialize the nation, and giving more power to the common man. Andrew Jackson

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