Andrew Jackson

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Andrew Jackson

Andrew Jackson

1767: born1780: joined the army1796-97: became member of the House of Represenatives1798: became U.S. Senator1815: beat British in Battle of of New Orleans 1817-18: fought in first Seminole war, helped win Florida Territory 1829: became 7th president at age 61, served two terms1832: vetoed bill to renew Charter of the Bank of the U.S.1833: removed government funds from the U.S. Bank1835: signed the Indian Removal Act1845: died


A democracy is a free and equal right of every person to participate in a system of government, often practiced by electing representatives of the people by the majority. During Andrew Jackson's presidency he increased the democracy of the U.S. in multiple ways. One example of this is overwriting the requirement of owning land inorder to vote. Another example of how Jackson increased democracy was refusing to sign the recharter of the National Bank because he then placed the money in smaller state banks which gave the common people more power. Looking at the big picture President Andrew Jackson increased the democracy of this nation by relating to middle and lower class citizens.

The planter, the farmer, the mechanic, and the laborer... form the great body of the people of the United States, they are the bone and sinew of the country men who love liberty and desire nothing but equal rights and equal laws.-Andrew Jackson

Increased Democracy


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