Negative Effects Of Andrew Jackson On Democracy

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Did Andrew Jackson have a positive or negative effect on the United States democracy? A good democracy is when you have a strong leader who makes decisions that are best for their country. A good democracy creates peace and stability among the country and not so that country is broken apart. Also, a good democracy is when the leader gives the power to the people. Andrew Jackson was the seventh president of the United States. Andrew Jackson was known for fighting against the bank, creating the Indian removal act, and stopping the nullification crisis. These things made him a strong leader, and created peace and stability. He, unlike most other presidents was the “Man of the people” and was on their side more than the rich and educated. Andrew Jackson supported democracy well. This is true because he created peace among the country and gave power to the hands of the people. Andrew Jackson supported democracy well because he created peace among people of the United States. In “The Nullification Crisis” it tells about the rights so states could nullify laws, and how Jackson had to stop his own VP. The problem for…show more content…
This topic is very important because it should be things that other leaders should try to do. For example, all leaders should give the power to the people, and not the rich and upper class people. Also, leaders should try and create peace among not only the states, but the world. If this were to happen we would be able to end all conflicts with other nations, and even our own problems. Lastly, if Andrew Jackson were to listen to the wealthy people, we would not have the same rights as we do today. Without Andrew Jackson giving power to the people, our country today would be shaped much differently, and we would not have a say in
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