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After viewing/reading the course page and conducting your own research via the G

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After viewing/reading the course page and conducting your own research via the GMC library and course text book, respond to the following prompt. Keep in mind that this is not a discussion forum. This is a writing assignment. You will not be responding to other student’s posts; you will simply be posting your response to the prompt below. The grading rubric for this assignment is also posted in the Course Syllabus. Remember to follow all guidelines below:
In at least two well-developed paragraphs (and a paragraph is at least five to seven sentences) discuss:
Andrew Jackson continues to be a hotly contested character in American history. Some see his use of the veto and actions towards South Carolina as evidence of true executive power, American manliness, and get things done despite Congress. Others see his use of the veto and removal of Cherokee Indians as evidence of him as a bully and power-hungry. Based on primary and secondary sources, how do you think Americans should remember Andrew Jackson? What should be taught about him in public schools? How do we reconcile the memory of a person who seems to do such good and such horrible things all in the same presidency?
Your post should be cited in APA format with credible and scholarly sources from the GMC library databases. You may also use your textbook as a source. Remember to cite all quotes.

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