Smith Vs. Webster

May 19th, 2015
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Even though Jackson was thought of as a man of the people by most, some thought otherwise. Margaret Smith could argue that she witnessed the love and praise people had for this man, but Mr. Webster could describe the harsh realities nobody saw behind the closed doors of Washington

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BoredA.P.U.S.HSmith Vs. WebsterEven though Jackson was thought of as a man of the people by most, some thought otherwise. Margaret Smith could argue that she witnessed the love and praise people had for this man, but Mr. Webster could describe the harsh realities nobody saw behind the closed doors of Washington. Smith was predicting Jacksons presidency based off seeing how people praised and loved him, where as Webster put all the happiness of an inauguration aside and looked at bigger pictures and wondered if Jackson was really right for the job. Webster saw things that most people

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