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Was Andrew Jackson a Champion of Democracy? By Ty Rideaux Did you know that andrew jackson was willing to do anything for the so called “common man”? That he didnt think about the effect or consequences that he caused. He wanted to be a hero so bad he put everyone on the line for his selfish ego.He wanted to be the hero in everyone's eyes but ended up making a storm wherever he went. This text is going to justify and show you that in every reason possible he was noT a champion of democracy. According to document 1 no states in 1816 elected their president. All of the votes for elections were by legislature. But in 1828 10 states voted and 3 were ran by legislature.But that's not the point andrew claims to be helping the poor or even on their side. NOT TRUE. In order to vote you have to be a white male that owns property…. That doesn't sound poor to me.Only the upper class got to vote so even if more people did vote it didn't support his claim or even his reputation.In document 2 according to thomas bailey and david kennedy the election was more successful than most. “It was a

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