The time has come to make a judgement of the great Andrew Jackson, the 7th president of the United States from 1829~1837. Although some people didn’t like Jackson very well due to very few of his decisions, he made many good decisions during his presidency. Andrew Jackson should be remembered as a hero of the common man due to his unifying leadership, generous approach of governing, and concern for economic equality. The first reason that Andrew Jackson should be remembered as a hero is because of his unifying leadership.
Bo jackson was a epic hero by today's standards. He was born in raised in alabama, he was picked on for a stutter he had developed, and was known for his outstanding feats in sports. He played two major league sports football, and baseball. But all these amazing feats doesn’t make Bo Jackson a hero. What makes him a hero is that he can perform major feats of strength, he traveled over vast distances, and he showed great amounts of humility.
Jacksonian Democracy “Discuss the Presidency and life of Andrew Jackson. What contributions did he make to American life and politics?” Andrew Jackson was born on March 15, 1767. His hometown was a place called “The Waxhaw settlement” which was a community of Scotch-Irish immigrants that were along the border between North and South Carolina. Jackson’s parents were Andrew and Elizabeth, and he lived with two older brothers, Hugh and Robert.
Andrew Jackson There are many different reasons why andrew Jackson is my favorite president. One reason I admire Mr. jackson is that he served in the revolutionary war at the age of thirteen. Another reason I admire jackson is because he killed a man named Charles Dickens in a duel, that and he has been in over at least 5 to a 100 duels. He also took a bullet to the chest in one of his famous duels which he continued to carry with hith the rest of his life.
Andrew Jackson was one of the greatest presidents who made very difficult decisions for our country. Although his choices were not always the popular decision, he made choices that were always promoting democracy. The things that make a good democracy are: giving people a say in government, having a good leader that you can trust to make wise decisions, peace and stability between each country and other states, and having equal power in the government (checks and balances). Andrew Jackson came into office with a popular vote and great support. His supporters viewed him as a man of the people.
Andrew Jackson has been remembered as a ground breaking president, even being put on the $20. President Jackson was a controversial figure, doing many popular and unpopular things in his time. Although he is remembered as a hero from the war of 1812, he also caused the Trail of Tears and tried to destroy the National Bank. As a result, Jackson should not be put on the $20 bill. His actions have caused many misfortune showing that villains do exist.
Andrew Jackson Andrew Jackson was the first democratic president and to survive the Revolutionary War. He was liked for his hard work during the wars and the for leading troops. Andrew Jackson had become a U.S. Senate after he was a lawyer when he studied it. Andrew Jackson was also a Judge and a U.S. Representative. Andrew Jackson also help to spread democracy.
There are many issues or problems exist in America. There are also many people who became the faces of the revolutions. These people became the leader of many movements and their words became the guide of the Americans. Some of these people even sacrificed their lives in order to bring a change in the imperfect system of America. Serving people and acting on behalf of others is something noteworthy, and this is what these people did.
A hero is a person who is admired or idealized for courage, outstanding achievements, or noble qualities. According to this definition, I think it is fair to make a hero out of real person, even if some part`s of them aren’t really heroic. The rise-and-fall of American athletic heroes is a well known cycle: Tiger Woods, Lance Armstrong, Ryan Lochte to name a few.
Andrew Jackson’s victory in the presidential election against John Quincy Adams in 1828 would bring about the “common man era” in America. This was a time during the Jacksonian Democracy that promoted the common man, states’ rights and strict construction. For the first time in the United States history, a man born in humble circumstances (who did not have a college education) from west of the Appalachian Mountains, was now President. In the past, politicians had been elected because of their social status due to their family background, wealth and education.