However, some people didn’t think he made the right choices for the country. A person tried to assassinate him but failed and has misfired. Andrew Jackson went against the Supreme Court and did something that wasn’t in his command. Andrew Jackson also helped people to get involved in social reform from hs choices as the first democratic
He was famous as the "Great Pacificator" for his contributions to domestic policy and his emphasis on economic development in his diplomacy. He was a nationalist, devoted to the economic development and political integration of the United States. Most importantly, by 1836, he was an important figure in starting the Whig Party, the second official political party in the country. Such parties were seen as important parts in mass democracy. As mentioned previously, Clay's policies were based on economic development, so this was in favor of people who opposed the policies of the democratic party led by Andrew Jackson.
While Jefferson is justly portrayed as Hamilton’s chief political foe, his opposition with fellow Federalist and Founding Father, John Adams, was no less volatile. John Adams was a member of the Federalist Party and served as George Washington’s Vice-President, yet he and Hamilton were not equals and initially had a strictly professional relationship that would later
Born into a non-aristocratic poor family, somewhere in the Carolina’s on March 14, 1767, was a man named Andrew Jackson. Jackson, also called “Old Hickory” was a very bold proactive man in American history. From being a military hero and founding the democratic party to enacting the trail of tears and dismantling the of the Bank of the United States, the man and his legacy are a prominent topic for scholarly debate. Some believe he was a great president and some believe he was the worse president. But if you look at it from a moral perceptive or in the eyes of a foreigner, Jackson’s legacy was far more villainous than heroic.
The author believes that George Washington should be ranked as the best president in American history and that he attained his power through his readiness to give it up. He also believes that Washington was a classical hero because of his moral character and that the first president’s most significant achievement was his voluntary abandonment of power. Wood argues that George Washington possessed moral characteristics that set him apart and made a better American president. However, no specific evidence is provided comparing the president's achievements and Wood makes no strong arguments as to why the actions of Washington were more important than presidents who abolished slavery our recovered America from the Great Depression.
Even today Alexander Hamilton is remembered as a great person who would do anything for his country. Alexander made a difference in the world by helping America not go broke after all of their debts. He is certainly a hero because ohis courage as a soldier and a Secretary of treasure. Perhaps if people were more like Alexander Hamilton the world would be a better place to live
To him, democracy is the people’s involvement in politics through themselves or representatives. Jackson came from an extremely poor background and was known for his tenacious character which helped him in his journey of becoming the president of the country. Jackson served two terms in office and even after his death was still
Still, their actions and motivations were different as Eisenhower stood for gradual integration, and his actions concerning the military policy were more reasonable than Johnson's. However, both presidents served America and contributed to its
“Buchanan, a Democrat who was morally opposed to slavery but believed it was protected by the U.S. Constitution, was elected”( Source #5)This quote explains how another president had the same mindset of Abraham but still couldn't officially end slavery. ”Taylor entered the White House at a time when the issue of slavery and its extension into the new western territories (including Texas) had caused a major rift between the North and South”(Source #7). This quote quote explains how other presidents made slavery worst. Although having different ideas than other presidents Abrahams’ assassination was unjustified because other American presidents did not make much changes or just made it worst. While Abraham Lincoln made on of the most important decisions by freeing the slaves.
He also had a role in the forced relocation of the Native Americans West of the Mississippi River. Some people would consider Andrew Jackson to be a great president because he did things like revolutionizing presidential campaigning. He also used the power to veto bills that he saw unfit. Some people would say that Andrew Jackson was a terrible president because he made the Indians move and he abused the power to veto to try and take more control over congress. Instead of running on a party platform Andrew Jackson appealed to the people.
“Peace, above all things, is to be desired, but blood must sometimes be spilled to obtain it on equable and lasting terms.” Words of the famous 7th president, Andrew Jackson. During his time in office he made decisions that affected the history of the world forever. Jackson was a man of respect and independence. He made a way for himself in his early years that led to him becoming a well-known American general.
In the years 1829-1839, Jackson had decided to run for President. He thought that the “common man” should have more say in government, therefore, he was running as a Democratic. When he had run for President, he won with 178 electoral votes. Andrew Jackson was Democratic because he chose a “common man” to be in office and he vetoed the National Bank. There were a few reasons why Jackson was Democratic, but here is one.
He and Martin Van Buren were responsible for creating the political organization that was the basis for the modern Democratic Party. Andrew Jackson believed the presidency represented the will of the people, and, as such, should have broad authority. He was widely criticized for expanding the power of the presidency. He was known for rewarding his political supporters with government jobs. When asked, he responded by claiming he was replacing aristocrats with the common man.
Alexander Hamilton was a man who strongly believed in a powerful central government. This means he wanted the government to rule and have all the say. Thomas Jefferson was a man who strongly believed in the union of the states with government as a humble leader. The two opposing views caused two political parties to be born, The Federalists, and The Democratic-Republican Party. The Federalists would eventually cease in 1828 and The Democratic-Republican Party would spilt and become the two political parties of today.