Jackson had limited education, spoke no foreign languages and had never been abroad, but he still fought his way through his military career and got to the point to where he became president. The South backed off from secession and things settled down between the North and South. John Quincy Adams: Federalist, Democratic-Republican, Whig Party; Henry Clay: Whig Party V. Secondly, the bad if not malicious duties Jackson did during his presidency was the forced removal of Native Americans from Georgia to the west. His reasons did not make much sense to many because what if they were already happy where they were? Jackson was born on the western frontier of the Carolinas, an area that was in dispute between North Carolina and South Carolina, and both states have claimed him as a native son. He did remove the Indians and stopped the south from secession.
Jackson used one of his vetoes, and the Bank's congressional supporters did not have enough votes to override him. Many Indians hid in the woods to escape transport to Oklahoma. I think he is remembered as evil and a hero and that is how I feel about him. Andrew Jackson is a villain for passing the Indian Removal Act in 1830, allowing the Government to forcefully remove the Native Americans from Southern lands to Georgia. Its full title derives from the motto on the campus gate at Ohio University in Athens, Ohio, which I first saw as a freshman in September 1957. However, Jackson convinced President Monroe to send him to Florida.
Some historians view Jackson as a very controversial President, However historians will often agree that the Indian Removal Act of 1830 was not popular until, later on in retrospect but at the time seemed to be a viable option. His reasons did not make much sense to many because what if they were already happy where they were? He spent most of his life in public service and was a popular president who especially served the common people. But I will kill it! When he was 13 he delivered messages for the Revolutionary army because he knew the woods. So was Andrew Jackson a hero for his leadership during his Presidency? After the end of the American Revolution, he studied law in an office in Salisbury, North Carolina, and was admitted to the bar of that state in 1787. The South Carolina Nullification Controversy. Neither of those require admirable qualities.
The South backed off from secession and things settled down between the North and South. Andrew Jackson deserves to be on the 20 dollar bill. Public and historic consensus focused on his actions in the War of 1812, or his handling of the Nullification Crisis, or simply his stellar political career. He was the seventh president of the United States, and a good general. When they immigrated to America in 1765, Jackson's parents probably landed in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In 2000, many, including Senator Clinton from some law school in Connecticut, wanted to abolish the Electoral College.
Jackson was so enraged that he was willing to use all the power he had to stop it. As a War Veteran, Andrew Jackson had served his country. Jackson took on the state of South Carolina, , and threatened to bring in the United States army to enforce federal law. Yes, no, maybe so Andrew Jackson was neither a hero nor a villain, but still deserves to be on the 20 dollar bill. There are several possible connections. Michellxx: people have different opinions on jackson.
He rose to fame during the War of 1812 when he soundly defeated the British at the Battle of New Orleans using a remarkably egalitarian force of slaves, Haitians, Choctaw, French pirates, Canary Islanders, and frontiersmen. His presidency however … was neither a hero nor a villain, but shared a fair amount of each. The South was outraged by the high taxation, so they created the Nullification Act that allows states to nullify the laws that they do not like. Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again. Andrew Jackson can be seen as both a hero and a villian,therefore i agree with your statement that cynosures around the fact that he moved many Native Americans from their home. He takes his job seriously and is probably the most liberal president in history.
If someone was a farmer or a common man, they most likely would say he was a hero, but if an individual was a Native American or from South Carolina they would probably refer to him as a villain. Then the Force Bill was passed and it gave the president the authority to use military action on South Carolina. Instead he snuke in his three best friends to help him make decisions. Jackson was 13 years old when the American Revolution first began and decided to become a messenger for the militia of South Carolina. Now they are being kicked out.
Jackson maintained that he was born in South Carolina, and the weight of evidence supports his assertion. He was also followed by many atrocities such the fact that he killed thousands of Indians with one act, this would make him look like a villain. He even served in the state supreme court. Andrew Jackson is a hero for leading the Tennessee Militia at the Battle at New Orleans and defeating the British. The only reason Andrew Jackson was not impeached was because the senate did not provide a two thirds vote. Now I have to say that former president Andrew Jackson was a person I greatly admired and often visited the hallowed statue in New Orleans that stands ever vigilant as a visual tribute the man who stood with few to fight the many and came out victorious. In 1781, he worked for a time in a saddle-maker's shop.
When the British tried to invade New Orleans, he was ordered to that city with the only American force available. There will never be any intentional falsehoods or deceptions. He made it the biggest battle of the War of 1812, and became known as an American hero from then on out. He got rid of the people he didn't like, and hired people who did whatever he said. Dramatically reduced the national debt, almost eliminating it. As mentioned above, statements of fact will always be as accurate as possible.