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For the past few weeks America has been at unease due to the shocking and unexpected murder of our beloved President Andrew Jackson Since that tragic day in late February of 1837 one question has been engulfing the minds of every man woman and child in this nation who did it And why did they do it Top police investigation forces have been working around the clock in a frantic effort to expose the unknown assassin The Presidents murderer had carelessly left behind a satchel filled with various items The items that were found inside the satchel are the only clues the police were able to recover from the scene of the crime Many of the clues can be traced back to one man One man that had such a terrible hatred toward Jackson that it drove him to the most drastic and extreme of all acts the act of cold blooded murder Now I will set the nations ardent curiosity at ease and reveal the unknown assassin This man is no other than the South Carolina senator former Jackson Vice-President John C Calhoun Calhoun was a strong supporter of the states rights he hated how Jackson mistreated the southern states Calhoun was also angered by Jacksons intolerance to any notion of state power over federal power for example the South Carolina crisis Jackson also destroyed all of Calhouns political aspirations when he was forced to resign as Jacksons Vice-President as Jackson favored other members of the cabinet over Calhoun Calhoun had so much anger and resentment for Jackson he needed to take revenge on him for destroying his political life and for the mistreatment of the state of South Carolina Calhouns hatred drove him to taking the ultimate revenge on Jackson what he ended up taking from Jackson was his life Calhoun strongly challenged many of Jacksons nationalistic and personally hurtful policies which may have been enough to drive Calhoun to this
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