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Andrew Jackson Ashley Crews, Chelsey Cozart

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ashley crews

on 16 November 2012

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Transcript of Andrew Jackson Ashley Crews, Chelsey Cozart

Roles: Head of state, chief executive,
chief legislator, Economic planner,
party leader,chief dipolmat, and commander and chief. Andrew Jackson Head of State Andrew Jackson's leadership in the war earned him national fame as a military hero and became America's most influential and polarizing political figure during the 1820s and 1830s. Chief Executive Andrew Jackson fought against the federal reserve and was against having a national bank. He also drove the Indians farther west. Chief Legislator President Andrew Jackson recognized the independent country of Texas in 1836 because he knew it would provoke Mexico into a war with the United States. Economic Planner Andrew Jackson got rid of the second US bank, paid off some of the national debt, helped get us Florida, drove the British out of New Orleans, helped negotiate Texas coming into the Union, and returned us to a Specie standard. Jackson got rid of the Bank because he saw this as a monopoly for the rich to get richer and he was in support of the commonwealth people. Even though he lowered the national debt, he didn't actually pay off the debt. Jackson had good intentions, but caused the panic in 1837 due to killing the Bank. Party Leader Andrew Jackson did not differ to Congress in policy making but used his power of the veto and his party leadership to assume command. Chief Diplomat Andrew Jackson defeated the Red Stick Creeks at the Battle of Horseshoe Bend in 1814. commander and chief Andrew Jackson was the commander in chief of the armed forces. THE END! By: Ashley Crews and Chelsey Cozart
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