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Gabylovesyou

  • one year ago

The quote from Jefferson and image of Jackson are placed together to emphasize

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    @Compassionate

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    @bethimar

  4. Compassionate
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    I would say D. Though, I'm not 100% sure.

  5. Gabylovesyou
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    thats what i had in mind.... ;) and using the same poster, can you help me with this one? Examine the image of a ticket to a political party meeting. Which statement best describes the image? Library of Congress, Rare Book and Special Collections Division Attendees plan to vote against Andrew Jackson. People will gather to show support for Andrew Jackson. Thomas Jefferson called a meeting about Andrew Jackson. George H. Steuart and John V. L. McMahon plan to run against Andrew Jackson.

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    Can you post a screenshot of the question, please? I'm having trouble understanding it when you just copy & paste.

  7. Gabylovesyou
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    on the top it says: Examine the image of a ticket to a political party meeting. Which statement best describes the image?

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    My internet keeps going out. ;-;

  9. bethimar
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    I think that the poster best illustrates his military service, actually. Although it does embody Jefferson's vision of honor, I think it is intended to publicly praise Jackson for his military service.

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    and the second question> ?

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    It's funny--I did a little research and actually this wasn't for Jackson or against Jackson at all. McMahon and Steuart were running for the General Assembly and were using this to gain support...it's an election ticket. I guess 2, but it's totally inaccurate! :)

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    Oh gawd, I'm not sure. I think people are fathering to support Andrew Jackson, and at the assembly they will have George and John, whom both fought in military service.

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