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President of the Common Man

The American Presidential election in 1828 was remarkable due to the rise of common man to the Presidency. Until that time, aristocratic presidents based in Virginia reigned over United States and Jackson was an exception to this. Many people felt that the election of 1828 was the result of a mob rule, but it was the inauguration of the aspirations of the common people. Jackson was well known among the common people as a frontier, national hero, and a popular figure. He believed that the President should stand alone and win the the confidence of the people in the midst of an aristocratic congress.
Jackson was dear to the common man and had popular appeal due to his actions during the presidency. Jackson took democratic stand during the time of the formation of his cabinet or kitchen cabinet after the election, Indian removal, nullification crisis, and during the war against the Second bank of United States,

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The American Presidential election in 1828 was remarkable due to the rise of common man to the Presidency. Until that time, aristocratic presidents based in Virginia reigned over United States and Jackson was an exception to this. ...

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This solution describes about the victory of common man, when Andrew Jackson was elected as the President. He was known as the president of the common due to the series of actions he had taken during his presidency

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