Andrew Jackson and Frederick Douglass

Jun 16th, 2016
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For this project, you will imagine a conversation between two Americans who had different dreams for the United States. What would they talk about? How would they express their opinions? What would they say about the other person’s ideas? You will write a dialogue between two famous Americans who lived during the period 1820–1860 in which they discuss their beliefs and the differences between them. Your portfolio assessment has four steps: •Choose two famous Americans who lived during the period 1820–1860. •Write a dialogue between the two famous Americans

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1Running Head: DIALOGUENameProfessorSubjectDateAndrew Jackson: my main goal is to eradicate the national bank. There is so muchcontrol of the publics money by the banks belonging to the government with thegovernment having to make the decision on the worth of the money. I want to eradicatethe national banks also for the fact that paper money is not printed for its worth, imaginethe coin money having a worth that is as much as its weight.Frederick Douglass: my objective is to mainly push towards freedom, as since in fewyears I was a recognized orator, author and a famous abolitionist worldwide. I wrote tothe people of Britain and America on the importance of social justice and civil rightsbased of my experience as a slave. I was aiming to offer support to the call for thesuffrage of women.Andrew Jackson: trueFrederick Douglass: What are some of your achievements for t

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