Describe the effects of Andrew Jackson’s effect on united states political life
Describe the effects of Andrew Jackson’s effect on united states political life: Andrew Jackson, born in 1767, March 15th , in the border of North and South Carolina, Waxhaw area, was the 7th United States’ President from 1829-1837 (Remini 2). He was a principal actor in the American politics amid Abraham Lincoln and Thomas Jefferson. Born to murky parents and later on getting orphaned in his youth, Jackson, nicknamed Old Hickory, became the first “self-made man” and westerner to get to the White House (Remini 4). Through him as a democratic symbol, he founded of the United States Democratic Party, which is the most vibrant political institute in the U. S.
—————-Middle of paper—————-
He pampered in hatreds that were violent, and the level to which his political jurisdictions reflected were simple personal animus, a fact that is still debated. In the case of many who crossed him, he demonized them, with the inclusion of Henry Clay, J. C. Calhoun, Nicholas Biddle, who was the president of the United States Bank and John Ross, Indian chief in Cherokee (Remini 22). His character polarized generations and continues to segregate historians. The segregation is through some praising his strengths and boldness; while others seeing him as self-obsessed and vengeful.
Remini, Robert Vincent. The Life of Andrew Jackson. Penguin Books, 1990.
Rogin, Michael Paul. Fathers and children: Andrew Jackson and the subjugation of the American Indian. Transaction publishers, 1991.