Andrew Jackson's Rising Action Analysis

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(Exposition) (NR) When the British marched into the South, Maurice Thompson said that Jackson was the only man who could defeat them. So, in January, many American patriots of all different back rounds and lifestyles, came together to stop the growing world power of Britain. Then the redcoats, led by General Pakenham, charged the American bunker. The U.S. citizens (Antonomasia for Americans) blazed volley after volley. Again the panicked British charged and their ranks were broken. Finally, Pakenham shouted, “Over the lines or die!” the British advanced but never subdued the Americans. Back in the American barracks Andrew Jackson was yelling orders as he avenged the death of his family. The highly outnumbered Americans won the battle, the Lobersbacks
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