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Andrew Jackson and the Jacksonian Period.
Andrew Jackson is the most significant political figure in American history, for under Jackson modern American government took shape. In the Jacksonian era, the white middle class took power and has never relinquished it. Because of this, the Jacksonian era has been described as the ?Age of the Common Man?. According to this view, a democratic, egalitarian culture emerged. This cultural emergence had a dramatic and wide ranging impact on American life. The previously disenfranchised middle class voted for people more like themselves -- for those who would uphold their interests. This resul…
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