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A president in the eye of Andrew Jackson was the representative of the people Not only that his presidency was said to be that of the common man because his beliefs reflected those of the common man He was the first American president to be born on the frontier and as he declared he governed on behalf of the humble members of society- the farmers mechanics and laborers TindallShi P332 The presidential office he entered in 1829 would not be left the same after he left in 1837 Jacksons personal attitude and conflicts influenced the outcomes of his policies and actions and as a whole strengthened the presidential office at the expense of congress This can be shown through issues such as internal improvements the tariff and his demise of the National Bank To begin with one of the reasons for Jacksons policy making and strong usage of the veto power was his conflicts with other politicians Jackson new to political administration leaned heavily on Van Buren Secretary of State for advice and for help in soothing the ruffled feathers of rejected office seekers TindallShi P 335 Yet Van Buren had his rivalries with others such as Vice President John C Calhoun of South Carolina which led Jackson to accept policies and veto those in which Calhoun would be identified with For example during the first year of Jacksons administration some issues concerning internal improvement were halted one being the Maysville Road Bill For Van Buren it was easy to bring Jackson into opposition to internal improvements and thus to federal programs with which Calhoun had long been identified TindallShi P336 What the bill proposed which was excepted by congress was that it authorized the government to buy stock in a road that lay within the state of Kentucky and started from Maysville to Clays hometown of Lexington Now because the road lay entirely within the state of Kentucky even though it was part of
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