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2. Discuss the Presidency of Andrew Jackson from l828 to l836. This essay should address the major issues confronting his administration and how he chose to resolve them. Be sure to include any biographical or personality traits that may help to explain how he dealt with these issues. Andrew Jackson was the first president not from a wealthy background. He was born in a home with just a mother and two older brothers. He was uneducated for the most part but he learned to read and will become a lawyer after reading a few law books. At a young age he joined the fight against the British in the American Revolution war. He received scars on his face after refusing to clean an British officer’s boot. Since Andrew Jackson was from a poor family he will as president will try to remove the national bank of the United States because the national bank in his point of view does not benefit anyone except the rich. The national bank will also favor the north more than the south. So when the time for the re chartering of the national bank, the two
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