Andrew Jackson Demorcacy
When Andrew Jackson lost in the 1824 election for president even though he was the choice of the largest number of voters, he wondered if democracy existed in America. He made it his goal to create a real democracy. However, Andrew Jackson's term of presidency was a move away from democracy.
As president, Andrew Jackson took advantage of the power given to him and acted undemocratically. Sometimes, his vetoes only hurt the people of the United States. Jackson liked to use his power to veto. For example, he gave a veto to the second national bank of the United States. …
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