How Did Andrew Jackson Impact On Society

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Andrew Jackson, who started his career as a military hero during the War of 1812, became the 7th president of the United States in the presidential election of 1828. His presidency was very influential as he led the new Democratic Party supporting the states’ rights and slavery. The time of his presidency was also known as the age of the common man due to the fact that he opposed the Whig Party. Although he left a positive impact on the American political culture, he also made a negative example of a president to the following presidencies by violating the Constitutional duty of his position. In 1832, the Second Bank of the United States’ charter was to be expired in 1836; as a result, Nicholas Biddle, the director of the bank, and his supporters