Comparison Between Andrew Jackson And John Quincy Adams

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If I was a voter in the election between Andrew Jackson and John Quincy Adams, I will choose to voter for Andrew Jackson. He was a man that he learned from his life and his experience. He was living with poor people and he know how they think and live but he also experienced the life of rich people. he knows how make decision based on what he see and what he knows. I choose to vote for him because I feel that he is closer to most American people and not just the minority. Jackson grew up in poor single parent household. He was involved in fight against the British in the revolution was which ended him in prison. He became orphan soon after he was released. After the revolution, he started to build himself and start learning about different things like racehorses, gambling and other staff. In North Carolina, he earned a license to practice law. He practiced as an attorney, and he was doing a great job with it. When Tennessee become a state in 1796, the” voter elected Jackson to the US house and later to the senate, where he serves only a year before returning to Tennessee and becoming a judge.”…show more content…
Calhoun ordered General Andrew Jackson to lead the army from Tennessee into Florida, igniting was become the Seminole war.” Despite the decision to not attack the Spanish forts, in 1818 Jackson crossed into Spanish Florida from their encampment in South Georgia. His actions drew a strong political criticism from Spain, congress and the president Monroe. However, Jackson was a hero for most American. The only one that defense Jackson was John Quincy Adams. John Quincy Adams used Jackson’s victory to let Spain ceded the territory. He held the post of Florida’s military governor for several
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