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history assignment Pin It Andrew Jackson Essay You must title your work, "Andrew Jackson, Hero or Villain". Your essay will be typewritten, double-spaced, stapled at the top left side and the length should be 2 to 2 1/2 pages. You must have at least 3 paragraphs. Your first paragraph should contain your thesis statement. You will have 1 or more paragraphs to support your thesis statement and a final paragraph to conclude your work. You should make declarative or affirmative statements early in your work. Avoid phrases such as, I think, or I will show. Personalization and opinions should be held until the final paragraph when it is ok to express your opinion. Include works cited at the end of your work. You are required to document only two works cited, but you may include more if you wish. Do not plagiarize. If plagiarism is detected, your grade will be zero.

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ANDREW JACKSON, HERO or VILLAINNAME:COURSE:COLLEGE:TUTOR:DATE:Andrew Jackson was born in 15th March, 1767 and died in June 8th, 1845. He was the 17th President of the United States and his term was from 1829-1837. There are lots of controversies on whether he was a hero or a villain. Andrew Jackson is seeing as a war hero during the American Revolution up to the war of 1812. As part of his success, he was the first United States president to originate from a low social background. Despite the few good deeds and major achievements of Andrew Jackson, his traits best portray him to be a villain. Andrew Jackson as the president showed great respect all the individual, economic and political rights than all his predecessors before him. As the president, Andrew sought to increase the number of offices for the directly elected members by the people. He also sought to restore the economic system in order to protect the rights of the small producers.His tyranny and villainy part is seen after the 1812 war when Native Americans asked the federal government for their in claiming their territories. Despite the Supreme Court ruling, Jackson defied the court's ruling and went ahea

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