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[[File: Andrew_Jackson_Portrait.jpg|300px|thumbnail|left|The Seventh American President, Andrew Jackson (1767-1845) (In Office 1829-1837)]]__NOTOC__
Andrew Jackson is one of the best known, most influential, and certainly one of the more controversial presidents in American history. The populist president transformed the way in which presidential campaigns are conducted and championed a number of ideas and causes that were not always successful, but defined his presidency nonetheless and set the course of American history for the following few decades. Most people know about President Jackson’s bank war and his policy of Indian removal, but just as important as those policies was the Nullification Crisis of 1832-1833.

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