The Rise Of Andrew Jackson's Presidency

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The brief period from 1828 to 1840 saw the Revolution of 1828 bring Andrew Jackson and his concept of democracy to office. Jackson took control of politics and became a hero for the common men of the working and middle class. Jackson 's presidency was marked by many issues that had troubled his predecessors. Jackson had established a strong presence with the presidency making his opinion known is every social, political, and economic issue that arose. During Jackson 's presidency, the nation struggled with divisive social, political, and economic conflicts such as the occupation of Native Americans in the U.S., the Nullification Crisis, and the existence of the Bank of the U.S. However, Jackson intervened in each issue and with the power of
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