An Expansion of Democracy? America in the Age of Jackson

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Hi,

1- I need 250-350 words in length to answer the flowing question, about United States history. Make sure to provide evidence, details or citation from the book or other sources. I will provide you with access to the eBook.

Question : Jacksonian Democracy, as it emerged by the 1830s, revolved around the a celebration of the “Common Man.” What did that entail and how did it filter into some of Jackson’s policies? And, what were some of the limitations to that concept?


2- Also, I will need a reply to a classmate answer to a different question, but it’s about the same materials. You can reply with Agree or Disagree, and provide evidence, details or citation from the book or other sources. The reply should be between 150 – 250 words in length. I will text you his answer.

The total for both will be about 400 - 600 words in length.

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SajemTop
School: Rice University

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Running Head: AMERICA IN THE AGE OF JACKSON

America in the Age of Jackson
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AMERICA IN THE AGE OF JACKSON

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Andrew Jackson, the first president of Western state who was not from the colonial elite,
is well celebrated for his participation in the imperialist war and most importantly the bringing up
of a democratic nation. His humble background may have inspired him to be a leader and bring
justice to the land as his mother and brother had died in the hands of the cruel Britons. He started
as an attorney and later elected in the Senate in the new Tennessee state. Jack is described as an
ambitious person with elderly Thomas Jefferson describing him as of having terrible passion. His
physical appearance and steely personality earned him Old Hickory nickname as he was a tough
guy. When he was elected as the president, he cre...

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