Hero of the Common Man
Jackson was born on the western frontier to immigrant working class parents. His father died before he was born. He was a self made man who became a lawyer with very little formal education. Jackson went on to become a war hero at the Battle of New Orleans where he crushed the British even though he was vastly outnumbered. Andrew Jackson is the voice of the common man and will represent the common man at every step in his presidency.
Opening more land to settlers!
Jackson used his power to remove Native Americans, opening up large amounts of land to further development by white settlers. This also allowed Americans to have access to the gold which was found on Cherokee lands. This also allowed the Native Americans to have access to large amounts of land in the west where they could live in peace and practice their cultural traditions.
Andrew Jackson: Good, Evil, and the Presidency