How Did Andrew Jackson Influence Social Reform

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After the 1824 elections marked by a corrupt bargaining scandal, the 1828 election brought forth the revolution of 1828. The election of Jackson was the first of its kind, since unlike the previous presidents, he was not from Virginia and Massachusetts. Jackson also supported the idea that all white males should vote, and Jackson was the central figure of the “common” man. During his presidency, Jackson opposed the Second Bank of the United States, and managed to successfully shut down the bank. Jackson was also determined to increase economic opportunities for the common citizens of the United States, even if it resulted in the destruction of the Native Americans. Jackson’s presidency immensely influenced the social reform, as he helped to