Andrew Jackson

It’s 2022, and as a society we are in full swing to “cancel” many historical figures.  There is a lot of merit to most, some could be viewed as questionable, but it hasn’t been a good run lately for some of the folks we read about in our history books.  This episode’s subject is no different, the slave-owning, face of the twenty himself, Andrew Jackson.  Depending on which side of the aisle you sat on, you either held him in high regard, or wanted to see him held high and dropped on his head.  But was Jackson as evil a dude as he’s been made out to be?  Were you safe to leave him alone with your girlfriend?  And who decided that haircut was a good idea?  We’ll dive into these questions and more in the Andrew Jackson episode of AHC Podcast.







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