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Andrew Jackson- the People's President

Summary: Andrew Jackson- Was he truely the people's president? This essay examines the actions of Andrew Jackson and how they reflected his job as president.
Andrew Jackson is known throughout history as the president who defended the common man. As the seventh President of the United States of America, he was elected to replace former President and republican John Quincy Adams. Andrew Jackson was a member of the Democratic-Republican party with very different ideals and had many ideas for changing the ways in America. Before becoming the first Tennessee man to ever be elected in to congress Andrew Jackson was a lawyer in his home town near Nashville Tennessee, not exactly poor, but by no means rich and lived a very common life. Andrew Jackson shared and understood the goals and the ideals of the people in America making him a true representative of the common man. He was a common man himself, and was already a known military hero and leader. He also had goals which were designed to help all men...

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