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Tuesday, April 26

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Thursday, April 21

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    Andrew Jackson should be on the twenty dollar bill because of the mark he left on the role of the president.He strengthened the power of the presidency, defended the Union, gained new respect for the United States in foreign affairs, and extended democracy to more citizens. He had a passionate determination to represent the common man and he undoubtedly advanced the democratic transformation of our nation. Other nations viewed the United States with newfound respect due to Jackson’s management of foreign affairs. To many Americans, his lifetime proved to the citizens that United States was a great success.
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    Andrew Jackson should be on the twenty dollar bill because he was a common man and he took the power away from the wealthy aristocracy. He came from the mid-Appalachian region, which is where most of the American population was from, and grew up to a common family. Most of his family ended up dying as he grew up, and was Fake alone by the time he was in his late teen ages. This gave him the experience of growing up as the common man, and seeing and feeling what the common people feels. He went to law school for college, and served as a general in the War if 1812. When he was General, he got a knack for power, and ended up utilizing power with an iron fist. When he went for presidency, he had a plan to lead the country with much power and a steel strangle. By becoming president, he stopped the rule of the aristocracy. Obviously someone who represents the common people in the presidency deserves to be on the twenty dollar bill.
    Tieg, Henry, Gabby, and Zack
    Andrew Jackson, the 7th president of the United States was the symbol of the common men.He came from an orphaned childhood, to leading the country. Andrew Jackson represented the people; he didn’t want the government to control everything. The reason why he should be the 20 dollar bill is for those reasons. Helping the country when needed, leading the people through hard ships. For example, he wasn’t afraid to stand up to the big dogs. When he was captured by the British they forced him to shine their shoes. Of course being the boy he was said no, leading to blow in the head. After that incident he became evenFake tougher, recieveing the nickname “Old Hickory.” When leading the country men to battle he shouldFake what it really meant to be American. When he changed the country changed. Every decision he made affected the people. This shows he was an important man, and needed to be recognized.
    Jessica, Heidi, Emily
    Andrew Jackson should definitely be on the $20 bill, because he led the United States through turbulent times. President Jackson had to deal with threats of nullification and secession, and yet he turned back these attempts. As the first president from the West, and born into poverty, the people felt a similarity with him that gave him tremendous popularity. The fact that he voraciously represented the common man rather than the affluent aristocrat helped his popularity too. He also was a brilliant military leader, who defeated the British, while outnumbered two to one, in the Battle of New Orleans in the War of 1812. Lastly, he established the Presidency as the equal of Congress. As our nation presently goes through turbulent times, maybe we should look to Andrew Jackson for some help.
    Bill, Andrew, Milton
    Jackson is the coolest prez by far
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    Jack , John, Regan ,Robby
    I do think that Andrew Jackson should be on the twenty dollar bill because of the changes he made to the executive branch so that people saw it in equal eyes to congress. Andrew Jackson made it so that people executives were not only executives, but also representatives of the people. Throughout his presidency he made changes for the common people and made there lives better. He helped the common farmers who wanted to move to the west to farm by getting rid of the Native Americans that occupied those lands. By fighting the National bank he made life for common farmers and laborers more equal with the lives of wealthy bank investors. He worked hard during his presidency to represent the common man and make his needs known and filled.

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Tuesday, April 5

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Tuesday, March 29

  1. page jackson6 edited ... YES! Andrew Jackson should be on the twenty dollar bill because of the mark he left on the ro…
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    Andrew Jackson should be on the twenty dollar bill because of the mark he left on the role of the president.He strengthened the power of the presidency, defended the Union, gained new respect for the United States in foreign affairs, and extended democracy to more citizens. He had a passionate determination to represent the common man and he undoubtedly advanced the democratic transformation of our nation. Other nations viewed the United States with newfound respect due to Jackson’s management of foreign affairs. To many Americans, his lifetime proved to the citizens that United States was a great success.
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    Andrew Jackson should definitely be on the $20 bill, because he led the United States through turbulent times. President Jackson had to deal with threats of nullification and secession, and yet he turned back these attempts. As the first president from the West, and born into poverty, the people felt a similarity with him that gave him tremendous popularity. The fact that he voraciously represented the common man rather than the affluent aristocrat helped his popularity too. He also was a brilliant military leader, who defeated the British, while outnumbered two to one, in the Battle of New Orleans in the War of 1812. Lastly, he established the Presidency as the equal of Congress. As our nation presently goes through turbulent times, maybe we should look to Andrew Jackson for some help.
    Bill, Andrew, Milton
    Jackson is the coolest prez by far
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    Jack , John, Regan ,Robby
    I do think that Andrew Jackson should be on the twenty dollar bill because of the changes he made to the executive branch so that people saw it in equal eyes to congress. Andrew Jackson made it so that people executives were not only executives, but also representatives of the people. Throughout his presidency he made changes for the common people and made there lives better. He helped the common farmers who wanted to move to the west to farm by getting rid of the Native Americans that occupied those lands. By fighting the National bank he made life for common farmers and laborers more equal with the lives of wealthy bank investors. He worked hard during his presidency to represent the common man and make his needs known and filled.
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    Andrew Jackson should be on the twenty dollar bill because of the mark he left on the role of the president.He strengthened the power of the presidency, defended the Union, gained new respect for the United States in foreign affairs, and extended democracy to more citizens. He had a passionate determination to represent the common man and he undoubtedly advanced the democratic transformation of our nation. Other nations viewed the United States with newfound respect due to Jackson’s management of foreign affairs. To many Americans, his lifetime proved to the citizens that United States was a great success.
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    Andrew Jackson should be on the twenty dollar bill because he was a common man and he took the power away from the wealthy aristocracy. He came from the mid-Appalachian region, which is where most of the American population was from, and grew up to a common family. Most of his family ended up dying as he grew up, and was alone by the time he was in his late teen ages. This gave him the experience of growing up as the common man, and seeing and feeling what the common people feels. He went to law school for college, and served as a general in the War if 1812. When he was General, he got a knack for power, and ended up utilizing power with an iron fist. When he went for presidency, he had a plan to lead the country with much power and a steel strangle. By becoming president, he stopped the rule of the aristocracy. Obviously someone who represents the common people in the presidency deserves to be on the twenty dollar bill.
    Tieg, Henry, Gabby, and Zack
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    Jessica, Heidi, Emily
    Andrew Jackson should definitely be on the $20 bill, because he led the United States through turbulent times. President Jackson had to deal with threats of nullification and secession, and yet he turned back these attempts. As the first president from the West, and born into poverty, the people felt a similarity with him that gave him tremendous popularity. The fact that he voraciously represented the common man rather than the affluent aristocrat helped his popularity too. He also was a brilliant military leader, who defeated the British, while outnumbered two to one, in the Battle of New Orleans in the War of 1812. Lastly, he established the Presidency as the equal of Congress. As our nation presently goes through turbulent times, maybe we should look to Andrew Jackson for some help.
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    Andrew, Milton
    Jackson is the coolest prez by far
    Vote jackson 4 2016 president

    Jack , John, Regan ,Robby
    I do think that Andrew Jackson should be on the twenty dollar bill because of the changes he made to the executive branch so that people saw it in equal eyes to congress. Andrew Jackson made it so that people executives were not only executives, but also representatives of the people. Throughout his presidency he made changes for the common people and made there lives better. He helped the common farmers who wanted to move to the west to farm by getting rid of the Native Americans that occupied those lands. By fighting the National bank he made life for common farmers and laborers more equal with the lives of wealthy bank investors. He worked hard during his presidency to represent the common man and make his needs known and filled.
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Thursday, February 25

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    Abolitionism was a movement to end slavery in America. In the 11 southern states of the US, however, slavery was a social and economic institution. American abolitionism labored under the handicap that it threatened the harmony of North and South in the Union, and it also ran counter to the US Constitution, which left the question of slavery to the individual states. - Tiwa
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Thursday, January 21

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    Why did people in the north oppose slavery? What about the people in the south? Many people in both the North and South opposed slavery but the biggest concentration was in the north. Most abolitionists in the north were Quakers and freed slaves but by the 1700 white people began to oppose slavery to. The Quakers believed that the light of god existed in everyone and that god existed in all people therefore they opposed violence and war. They believed slavery was hurtful and violent and not with there religion. But alot of whites that opposed slavery didn't think it was wrong for religious reasons they believed that it was against the founding fathers and the declaration of independence they believed that people who were pro slavery were hypocrites for fighting for their freedom and then keeping African Americans enslaved.-Nicole
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Monday, November 16

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