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ID number:336722
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Published: 13.05.2003.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used
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Martin Van Buren was the eight president of the United States. He was a man of principle and dignity. He was truly one of the greatest American Presidents, in the history of the nation. He is one of the most commonly over looked presidents in history. Look at the image he chose, with great courage, to follow. He had to walk into the gigantic footsteps of one of the last founding fathers of our nation the legendary, Andrew Jackson. What a challenge; to convince our nation that he was a man capable of following in the image and likeness of the great Andrew Jackson (Mangil 163). He pulled our nation from the depths of destruction after the civil war, and now Martin Van Buren undertook the endeavor of maintaining the stability of our national situation. It is truly awe inspiring to think of the utter fear and self-doubt he must have been feeling deep within.…

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