Andrew Jackson Hero Outline

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Andrew Jackson Hero Outline

After reviewing Andrew Jackson’s positive and negative actions, it has come to a conclusion that he was in the position of a hero. In the 1800’s President Andrew Jackson showed he was a hero to the reduce in Federal debts, winning the Battle of New Orleans, and hearing the voices of the people and giving them the chance to vote for their president. Despite all his positive work, he also made many negative decisions, but none mayor and serious. Andrew Jackson made an amazing impact in our world, and without hesitation we can all say that if it wasn’t for his positive work, we would not be in the position we are in today.

My first reason on why I believe President Andrew Jackson was a hero is for the fact that he vowed to pay the national debt to prevent the liberty of his country from being destroyed, and kept his word. The reducement of the national debt was lowered in 1835. Andrew Jackson had been able to decrease the national debt to only $33,733.05, the lowest it has been since the first working year of 1791. This was a major accomplishment, and a very difficult task. Andrew Jackson was the only president in United States history to ever succeed in paying off the federal debt.

This is the second reason why I believe Andrew Jackson was hero. Andrew Jackson defeated the British Army from seizing New Orleans and part of the Louisiana territory, acquired by the United States. Winning this battle made Andrew Jackson a hero because many people depended on him to keep their land safe and away from any destruction. If Andrew Jackson had not won this battle many people would have gotten ruled over by British troops. Therefore, I believe President Andrew Jackson was a president.

This is the final reason why I believe Andrew Jackson was a hero. I thought he was a hero because he believed that his people should have the right to vote for their own president. This made Andrew Jackson a common man because he heard his nation’s voice....
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