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Franklin Roosevelt was not the mirror image of the early frontier president Andrew Jackson The only way to thoroughly answer that question is to look back to the very beginning of life or their childhood One must also evaluate their actual problems and issues that went on during their presidencies however most importantly how they reacted to the situation they were elected into In order to begin answering the question we have to start at the beginning Their childhoods Andrew Jackson the 7th president and Franklin Roosevelt the 32nd president couldnt have come from more different worlds Andrew Jackson was born to two penniless immigrants who had come over from Ireland Unfortunately Andrews father died before he got to see his third son born1 Throughout the families hardship they somehow found the means to send Andrew to school Andrew learned to read which was very rare in the 17702 The Revolutionary War started soon after he was born At the age of 13 Jackson joined a regiment He and his brother were eventually captured by the British and imprisoned together Hearing her two children were being held by British soldiers Jacksons mother went somehow managed to get the boys released however his older brother died on the long trip home3 His mother who later went to do her part in the war effort was a nurse for the American prisoners and was fatally stricken by cholera4 Andrew Jackson was left without a family he was an orphan Andrew was sent to live with relatives due to the terrible deaths of all his immediate family members Since Andrew Jackson was lucky enough to get an education at an early age just before turning eighteen in late 1784 he left home and took up the study of law5 Franklin Roosevelt fortunately didnt have to deal with quite as many childhood obstacles as Andrew Jackson did In fact Franklin was basically born
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