Jackson is a hero

Andrew Jackson did what he believed was right. Even though he forced natives west through war and soldier escort, he adopted 2 native orphans and raised them as his sons. He was a Battle of New Orleans hero.

Jackson was very determined. He put a tax on imports which boosted American economy.

He shut down the Bank of the U.S. because it discriminated against the common man.

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