Andrew Jackson exemplified these founding principles.
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Andrew Jackson was also the first to have a vice-president (John C.
Although Jacksonian Democrats, supports and followers of Andrew Jackson, did not live up to their self-appointed roles as the guardians of the Constitution, they were successful in expanding political democracy, protecting certain individuals’ liberties, and creating equal economic opportunities....
Andrew Jackson claimed to be the defender of the common man and some of his actions and policies proved that he was a guardian of individual rights....
Roosevelt and Jackson were major influences towards this country.
(And there was.) Jefferson today is easily faulted for and for not freeing his own slaves, but the Civil War would not have surprised him: He already saw it coming in 1820.
Jackson was in touch with the common man and had respect for him.
One of the candidates was Andrew Jackson, or “Old Hickory” as they called him, a general that had won the Battle of New Orleans(which was a battle not needed) in the War of 1812.
Rhode Island (1636), 29 Mar 1790; Free #5, ended slavery 1784+14.
The two terms each of Jefferson, Madison, and Monroe, the only time in American history that three successive Presidents, let alone from the same Party, were each elected to and served two full terms, served to solidify America as a Jeffersonian, rather than a Federalist/Hamiltonian, Democracy -- at least for the time being.
Andrew Jackson was born on March 5,1767 in south Carolina.
Jackson ignored the separation of the branches of government and vetoed any bills he did not like such as the the renewal charter for the National Bank.
People left out of the expanding economy loved Jackson....
From the beginning, in 1824, Jackson has tried to do what is best for our nation, but evidence like the spoils system, Trail of Tears, and the Bank veto, has shown that in fact most of what he accomplished is now looked on as only causing problems for the Untied States as a whole....
He was born to Andrew and Elizabeth Hutchingson Jackson.
Jackson remarks in his veto message of July 10, 1832 that, “It is to be regretted that the rich and powerful too often bend the acts of government to their selfish purposes.” Andrew Jackson put in place the Indian Removal Act of 1830....