Andrew Jackson American Hero

Jackson was an american hero, "Take time to deliberate; but when the time for action arrives, stop thinking and go in." Andrew Jackson

Jackson was an 1812 war hero.

Jackson kicked the indians out so that americans would have more space to develop and expand.

Jackson believed that the common person could govern.

Jackson defended his wife's honor when he dueled her old husband who never divorced her.

Contrary to common belief the trail of tears was actually not all Jackson but also Martin Van Buren, who moved the Cherokee out.


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