Andrew Jackson as President

Andrew Jackson was the seventh president of the United States. He was seen as a man of the people and used his relatability to gain popularity and win the election. During his presidency, he promoted nationalism even though the country was primarily sectionalist. He was responsible for more vetoes than anyone had ever done as President. Jackson was well known for his “Kitchen Cabinet” who were a group of unofficial advisors for President Jackson. Eventually some of these advisors gained formal positions.


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