Who Is Andrew Jackson A Hero Or A Villain

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Hero or Villain: Andrew Jackson
Andrew Jacksons presidenicy was very complicated. He was a man that believed that the white folk should be treated evenly. The poor sohuld get momey like the rich, and the rich should get money the same way as the poor. Being a normal man, the rich disliked him for his opinions that did not fit the rich men and women their needs. The conflict with the Bank, and the Indian Removal act made Jackson a hero in my opinion. Andrew did indeed make some horrible decisions in his life, but he also changed history for the best of it.
The Battle of the Bank was a intreeging topic to talk about, Andrew and Biddle went aginst each other to battle who was going to take the control over the bank. Andrew won this war from stating …show more content…

The Indians controlled the east states like, Mississippi River, primarily Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, North Carolina, and some others. The Indian Removal act was for the lands to open up that belonged to the Indians so we could claim them as our own. In a artlicle it said, “ Clearing Alabama and Mississippi of their Indian populations, he said, would “enable those states to advance rapidly in population, wealth, and power.” (President Jackson, December 6, 1830). Jackson wanted to expand the United States to show it’s full potential. With that, came removing people from the homeland. The Indians had to move away, creating the “Trail of Tears”. Jacksons view on the Indians was not right, and cruel, but oevrall he made our country a very big and happy family. In the article it also stated, “declared that removal would “incalculably strengthen the southwestern frontier.” (President Jackson, December 6, 1830). Even though Jackson kicked some people out of their country and broke some hearts, he made our counrty a bigger and better place. With the United States a bigger and better place for the Amercians, people were very pleased and satisfied with the Indian Removal Act, expect for the

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