Compare And Contrast Andrew Jackson And Calhoun

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Though Andrew Jackson and John C. Calhoun couldn't be more different actually disliking each other for many reasons one of which an argument between friends, both played large parts in the history of The United States of America. John C. Calhoun who though had own slaves and believed in the Confederacy like Thomas Jefferson though more strongly spearheaded for separation between the north and south Calhoun had a very different view as shown in the fact that he was a democratic-republican and ended up heading the political after his namesake the Jacksonian Democracy. On the other hand, Andrew Jackson who I'd say was more attuned to Thomas Jefferson's ideology because unlike Calhoun, Jackson and Jefferson weren't fighting to get more power in

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