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Final Review Essay 2 Discuss Andrew Jackson as President from 1828 to 1836. This essay should address the major issues confronting his administration and how he chose to resolve them. Information from both lectures and the textbook should be used to answer this question. Jackson was the first president not born into wealth. He wanted to do as much as he could for the common white man. He was a strong states rights advocate. He was anti public education and believed that church should be responsible for the education in the US. He didn’t support big businesses and the national bank. Believed that Native Americans were an inferior being. He saw Indians as an obstacle in American Expansion. He was re-elected in 1832. Issues faced by Andrew Jackson and how he resolved them: Native American Removal: Indian Removal Act of 1830: was a law passed by the 21 st US Congress and authorized the President to negotiate land exchange treaties with tribes living within the boundaries of existing US states. Jackson used force instead of negotiations. There were 2 cases that went to the Supreme Court: Cherokee Indians vs. Georgia: This case was dismissed because of the lack of controversy and also
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