Andrew Jackson was a man of action and a popular hero of his time. He was an expansionist who believed in government. These beliefs lead Jackson to encourage every American citizen to participate in government, by voting and speaking out to political bodies responsible for public welfare. He was regarded by many as a symbol of the democratic feelings of the time. Jackson had appeal for the farmer, for the artisan, and for the small-business owner; he was viewed with suspicion and fear by people of established position, who considered him a dangerous upstart.
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- This was a 5 min. oral presentation on the Ancient Roman Family. It breifly covers most aspects of Roman Family structure.
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