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Andrew Jackson, Hero or Villain?
Andrew Jackson, our seventh President of the United States, is a rather acceptable President. He was considered as the "People's President," he was very straight forward and honest to his people. He takes his job seriously and is probably the most liberal president in history. His presidency however was neither a hero nor a villain, but shared a fair amount of each.
First off, the good qualities he had was the fact he had bold commitment to enforce laws and fight back against secession threats from the South. Two high tariffs were passed during 1828 and 1833 which increased taxes on import…
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