Andrew Jackson

In 1828, was elected to be the President of the United States.
In order for him to be considered to be a good President in my book he must meet certain requirements. All of these requirements don't necessarily have to be meet in order for him to be a good President.
One of the most important requirements that a good president must meet is the quality of leadership. If you are going to be a president and run a country, leadership is a very important quality to have. This allows you to make good decisions fast and without any mistakes. Intelligence is also very important to have. Mistakes are costly at a high office position such as the presidents the decisions must be smart and ...

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and trustworthy men that he could depend on to help him while in office. Such men as Martin Van Buren, Senator Eaton, John Branch, John M. Berrien and Samuel D. Ingham were all men appointed cleverly by Jackson that did their job superbly under him.
In foreign affairs, Jackson scored two diplomatic triumphs, one with Great Britain and one with France. These triumphs ended the long-standing disputes with those countries. Since the end of the American Revolution, Great Britain had restricted and sometimes barred American trade with British ports in the West Indies. All U.S. presidents had tried, using both diplomacy and retaliation, to regain free access to this prosperous overseas market. When Jackson came into office, neither British or American powers were allowing direct trade with the other. Jackson and Van Buren reopened discussions. In 1830 they succeeded in getting a treaty that opened American ports to British shipping in exchange for similar rights in the British ...

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