Title: Andrew Jackson Topic: Does Andrew Jackson Deserve To Be Pictured On A Twenty Dollar Bill?

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Andrew JacksonAndrew Jackson, the seventh president of the United States, deserves to have his picture engraved on the twenty-dollar bill. Jackson's perilous military achievement and leadership as well as democratic principles demonstrated during his presidency have made a significant contribution to American history and political life.Andrew Jackson led his troops to decisive victories against the Creeks in Alabama and against the British in New Orleans. In the war of 1812 the Creek Indians, British allies, had threatened the southwestern borders of the United States. A major general in the Tennessee militia, Jackson with the help of his troops successfully defeated the Creek Indians in 1814 at the Battle of Horseshoe Bend. He was able to overcome shortages of supplies and food. In addition, he was able to curb two potential mutinies and lead a successful campaign against the Creeks. A second major battle that brought recognition to Jackson was the Battle of New Orleans. An impressive aspect of this battle was that in spite of Jackson being greatly outnumbered with his army of 5,000 men against the British army of 8,000, Jackson was able to win with minimal casualties to his troops compared to the British who suffered greater losses. These two military triumphs earned Jackson acclaimed national military fame. After the Battle of Horseshoe Bend, Jackson's men acknowledged his toughness by calling him "Old Hickory" because he was as tough as Hickory Wood. His stunning victory at New Orleans gave Jackson status as a national hero because he gave Americans confidence in their ability to defend their new liberty.As a strong president, Andrew Jackson led reforms for the common man and created a more balanced central government. Jackson believed that the common man should have a place in society. He governed with the principle to "let the people rule." Under his leadership, he and his followers issued reforms to reduce the long workdays and allow the average man to earn a greater share of the nation's wealth. Wanting economic opportunity ...


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