Political Changes From Jackson’s Presidency

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As Andrew Jackson entered the presidential political arena, American politics were slowly changing. Americans were reaching out for “genuine popular control of government.” The power was not to be with a select view which was one of the driving principles of the American Revolution.

Gradually, property requirements that were in place for voting were dropped by many states allowing more…

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