slavery could not be ignored as a violation of individual liberty. Slavery was still acceptable in the eyes of many, including the Jacksonian Democrats. Even government authorized establishments lent a hand in the continuation of slavery, such as the Post Office.
Jacksonian view on policies on native Americans:-
He encouraged American policy to allow Native Americans to remain east of the Mississippi as long as they became assimilated or "civilized".
As President, Jacksonian made sustained efforts to win the friendship and cooperation of many Native American nations.
Jacksonian relationship with martin van buren:-
Martin Van Buren (1782-1862) was President Andrew Jackson's Secretary of State from 1829 to 1831 and vice-president from 1833 to 1837. With Jackson's support he became the eighth president of the United States in 1837. Born in New York, Van Buren was admitted to the state bar in 1803 and served as a New York state senator (1812-1820) and attorney general (1815-1819) before being elected to the United States Senate in 1821.
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