The American Political Tradition and the Men Who Made It Character Descriptions

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The American Founders - This is the group of people who strongly oppose monarchy and believe in representative government.

Abraham Lincoln - This person became speaker of the House of Representatives in Illinois at twenty-eight.

Thomas Jefferson - This person was the third President of the United States.

Andrew Jackson - The seventh President of the United States, this person abolished the Central Bank of the United States.

John C. Calhoun - This South Carolina Senator and Vice-President defend both federalism and slavery.

Wendell Phillips - This person was an important Northern abolitionist.

William Jennings Bryan - This late nineteenth century revivalist supported the ban on teaching of evolution in the classroom.

Theodore Roosevelt - This person was the wild and energetic twenty-sixth President of the United States.

Woodrow Wilson - This person was the twenty-eighth President of the United States.

Herbert Hoover - The thirty-first President...

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