Andrew Jackson

  • Joseph Andrews

    | The PREFACE-------Henry Fielding’s view of the “Comic Epic In Prose” and the purpose of writing Though Fielding was also known to write 'serio-comic', ironic introductions to his other works, but the Preface of Joseph Andrews defines it as "comic epic in prose." Fielding strategically advertises his authorship formally. Fielding’s purpose was aimed at inventing a new literary form, the "comic epic in prose" as he describes in his Preface: "…..differing from comedy

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  • The Reign of King Andrew Jackson

    “The Reign of King Andrew” President Andrew Jackson might have lived a common man’s youth, but he eventually transformed his life of poverty into that of a king. As Jackson grew older he became a powerful ambitious man and was ready to assert his influence throughout his presidency. Jackson left a memorable legacy with his days in office that included forceful removal of Native Americans, setting off the Spoils System into the American Government, and turning the presidential

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  • Andrew Carnegie

    Andrew Carnegie: A Tribute "My heart is in the work." -- Andrew Carnegie Neither a rags-to-riches biographical sketch nor a perfectly scanned-in image of Mr. Carnegie could serve as as great a personal tribute to the great Founder of Libraries, the earnest Champion of Peace and the resolute Captain of Industry as presenting his own words online--available electronically and immediately to the whole world through the World Wide Web. He would be tickled pink. Mr. Carnegie loved to promote his

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  • Andrew Jackson

    President Andrew Jackson is charged with impeachment on the indictments of reckless disregard for the economic interests of the citizens of the United States under Article I, reckless disregard for the principle of the separation of powers and specifically for disregarding the authority of the United States Supreme Court under Article II, and reckless disregard for authority of the states and unlawfully using powers of the federal government to suppress that authority under article III. Jackson stands

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  • Andrew Jackson

    No, Andrew Jackson should not be removed from the $20 bill. Andrew Jackson was the 7th President of the United States and he served two terms as President between 1828 and 1836. While Jackson’s Presidency is marked with several controversies it also is marked with several successes. Andrew Jackson was popular with the average American man during this time. He was often referred to as the common man’s President. Prior to Andrew Jackson being elected President the wealthy aristocrats played a larger

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  • Andrew Jackson & the 20 Dollar Bill

    a fierce patriot and rabid partisan, Andrew Jackson was always controversial both as a general and as President. He personalized disputes and demonized opponents. He was the defender of the Union, the conqueror of nullification, the hero of democracy. Andrew Jackson was President of the United States during a crucial period of decision making that not only affected Americans, but particularly the economy involving the Second Bank of the United States. Jackson opposed all banks, believing that they

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  • Jackson

    My name is Alicia Jackson and I am currently enrolled, as a full time student, at the University of Phoenix. I am pursuing a Bachelor of Science (BS) degree in the career field of Health Services Administration Management. I currently have a GPA of 3.46. I began working in the healthcare field as a Medical Records Clerk and after almost 10 years was promoted to an Administrative Assistant Supervisor. Although patient healthcare has always been important, I feel that the degree field of Health Services

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  • Andrew Jackson

    Andrew Jackson’s effect in the American politics Andrew Jackson, the seventh president, is one of the most important and significant presidents in the history of the United States. As a vice-president and president (1824 to 1832) he reshaped and redirected the course of American expansion and democracy. Jackson believed the president is the direct representative of the people. He was the man of action and shrewd politician. He knew how to manipulate men and could be affable or abusive or abusive

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  • Andrew Jackson

    Biography of Andrew Jackson Young Jr. Who was Andrew Young Jr.? Most people immediately associate him with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jesse Jackson and the Civil Rights Movement. I chose to write about Andrew Young because of his strong feelings about the rights of black Americans. He felt that everyone, black or white, should have equal rights. Andrew fought along the side of Martin Luther King, Jr. and continued the work after King's death. The Civil Rights Movement required many dedicated

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  • Andrew Jackson

    Andrew Jackson is noted for the creation of a whole new democratic era with in American history. Amongst his highly regarded accomplishments were arousing the "common man" to be intrigued by governmental affairs and effecting democracy to satisfy the same "common man’s” desire. Jackson could not make such foundational changes without he nations support. Jacksonian Democrats, as they progressively became know as, carried a significant number of fellowship during the 1820’s and 1830’s. They encouraged

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  • Age of Jackson

    Summarize the Age of Jackson and his war with the Bank and their importance including the party machine, Democrats and Whigs, public and private freedom, South Carolina and Nullification, Calhoun’s political theory, the Nullification crisis, Indian removal, the Supreme Court and the Indians, Biddle’s bank, pet banks, the economy, and the panic of 1837. Although winning the most electoral and popular votes during the presidential election of 1824, Andrew Jackson lost the race to John Quincy Adams

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  • Jackson

    Andrew Jackson Andrew Jackson was born on March 15, 1767 in Waxhaw, which was located on the border of North and South Carolina. His father died before he was born and he had two brothers both who died in the Revolutionary war, one from heats stroke and the other from smallpox. By the age of fifteen he became a lawyer in the frontier and by the age of forty six he be was involved in the War of 1812 as a commander of a militia in Tennessee where he was living. He managed to fight many tribes of

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  • Steve Jackson

    The story happened at Western Construction. Steve Jackson, working as a project professional in the PEG of this company, suggested a new BSO software project. The boss of Jackson, Luke William, and Abu Dija who led the Project Evaluation Group were all impressed by the BSO software project and consented to this new proposal. However, Bamett, who led the group of International bidding and contracting, believed that the BSO software project was an inferior product. He resisted to change and stated

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  • Andrew

    Exploring the Motherboard and Busses | | Short Answer 8/3/2014 James Kelly Andrew Spruell The motherboard is the printed circuit board containing the principal components of a computer or other device, with connectors into which other circuit boards can be slotted. It has a couple of major components that I will discuss with a couple of major components that I will discuss. Motherboard Basics A computer has many components, each with their own roles and functions. The role of

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  • Andrew Vachss

    Although I am not a Batman fan, I think Andrew Vachss had a great idea in relating a fantasy world with the real world that we live in day to day. Andrew Vachss wrote this comic based of the question of “why”. Why does evil exist to hurt the most innocent and helpless human of all, a child? He used one of the most famous and feared detective/vigilantys of the graphic world as a medium to reach people. He uses Batman to play the main hero, or “Warrior”, to fight his crime and to get a better understanding

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  • Andrew Jackson, America`S President


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  • Andrew Jackson

    Andrew Jackson Essay Dr. Clark President Andrew Jackson Andrew Jackson was a self-made man. Jackson was the only president to symbolize another great generation. Andrew Jackson has his own age known as he “Jacksonian age. No other president could stand for their own age. President Jackson had enhanced many presidential powers through his tough personality, and how he was able to take on many challenges. He has strengthened the Democracy by vetoing countless bills, and paid the national debt

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  • Andrew

    Andrew Jackson: The American Presidents. By Sean Wilentz. Princeton University: Published by Times Books. January 1st, 2006. ISBN: 0-8050-6925-9. Bibliography. Notes. Index. Pp.xiii, 166. Fearless, principled, and damaged. Andrew Jackson can be considered one of the most controversial presidents, or even an outlaw, amongst the U.S. Jackson was a strong advocate for war and protecting his country. His early life was without a doubt, dissimilar from many presidents. Although, the traumatizing experiences

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  • Andrew Pellar

    Andrew Peller Research Project Part 1 SAEED, MANI October 19, 2009 1. a) Private Corporation: A corporation whose stock is owned by relatively few people and is not sold to the general public. b) Public Corporation: A corporation whose stock can be bought and sold by any individual. Information acquired from Business Concepts Textbook P.146 Andrew Peller Limited is a Public Corporation. Information acquired from 2. Global Vintners Inc.- 100% Ownership Camelot

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  • Hurricane Andrew

    -2:15 Hurricane Andrew A natural hazard is a possibility of a natural event that causes harm to humans, or other things we care about. The hazard is categorized between an extreme event and a disaster. An extreme event is just an unusual event that doesn't necessarily cause harm. A disaster is an event that does cause harm in significant amounts (Tschakert, Zimmerer, King, Baum & Wang, 2012). I thought that Hurricane Andrew was a very good example of a natural hazard. Andrew was formed by a

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  • Andrew Jackson

    Nick Lunardini, H104, Paper 1, June 30, 2014 Was Andrew Jackson suitable for being awarded the honor of being on the twenty dollar bill? This discussion talks about what made Andrew Jackson a respectable human being and President as well as what did not. During the 1820’s into the 1830’s Jackson had accumulated many American supporters who helped him become situated in the country’s most glorified position. Jackson served two terms as President of the United States. When someone is elected

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  • Andrew Jackson

    Andrew Jackson (March 15, 1767 – June 8, 1845) was the seventh President of the United States (1829–1837). He was born into a recently immigrated Scots-Irish farming family of relatively modest means, near the end of the colonial era. He was born somewhere near the then-unmarked border between North and South Carolina. During the American Revolutionary War Jackson, whose family supported the revolutionary cause, acted as a courier. He was captured, at age 13, and mistreated by his British captors

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  • President Jackson

    PROJECT: THE TRIAL OF ANDREW JACKSON Adapted from a simulation by Eric Rothschild Andrew Jackson the seventh President of the United States under the Constitution, has been impeached in the House of Representatives (not really, this is fictional – JACKSON WAS NOT REALLY IMPEACHED). He will go on trial in the U.S. Senate on July 1, 1838. Here are the charges against Jackson: • Violating the rights of Native Americans, especially in his treatment of the Cherokee and Creek Indians

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  • Andrew Carnegie

    Andrew Carnegie: Andrew Carnegie was born on November 25, 1835, in Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland. As a young kid his parents believed in books and education. As a young adult he wanted to make money, so he got a job as a factory worker when his family moved to Pennsylvania in 1848. A year after that, he got a different job as a telegraph messenger. Wanting to go further he became a telegraph operator. He then got a job on the railroad as an assistant and telegrapher. Carnegie

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  • Andrew Jackson Trial

    Andrew Jackson Trial President Andrew Jackson is charged with impeachment on the indictments of reckless disregard for the economic interests of the citizens of the United States under Article I, reckless disregard for the principle of the separation of powers and specifically for disregarding the authority of the United States Supreme Court under Article II, and reckless disregard for authority of the states and unlawfully using powers of the federal government to suppress that authority under

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  • Andrew Jackson

    Ordinances by the South Carolina State Assembly in November of 1832. The unity and survival of the nation depended upon President Andrew Jackson's response. On December 10, 1832, President Jackson presented his response to the Congress, arguing that the justification for state nullification of federal laws was misguided, unconstitutional, and treasonous to the country. Jackson began his proclamation by outlining the reasons and reservations that led South Carolina to pass the ordinance; their major concerns

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  • Andrew Jackson

    soldiers under him. King Jackson, to his political enemies. Whatever you call him, even though he was our seventh president, he was the first in many ways. Unlike other presidents, born into privilege and money, Jackson was born into poverty on the western frontier. This greatly influenced his goals once he got into presidency. Jackson ran as the common man, and had a strong distrust of wealthy Northeasterners, which would cause him many conflicts in his later years. Jackson was a shoo-in for the

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  • Insulting Andrew

    Case 1: Insulting Andrew i) Summary This situation describes a compensation settlement from a global HR director along with a candidate for any high-level executive position. The problem becomes awkward once the candidate feels insulted while he is offered a financial incentive to participate the organization more rapidly than initially planned. The situation offers an chance to evaluate settlement strategy and the significance of emotional intelligence and efficient social communication throughout

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  • Jackson Jackson

    when I wrote my first essay when the topic was over relationships within the story. Now that I am revisiting the original essay my thoughts have changed but only in that I have grown more intrigued into the life of Alexie and his character Jackson Jackson from the story What You Pawn I Will Redeem. The thing that I found to be hardest about the rewriting of the essay was to substantially change the essay, and expand on it but to stay focused enough to give clear and concise subject matter for

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  • Andrew Jackson-American Tyrant

    Andrew Jackson, an American Tyrant. As the president of the United States, Andrew Jackson exercised his power in a cruel, arbitrary, and unreasonable way. This abuse of power makes Andrew Jackson a tyrant. Many of the actions Jackson took as president of the United States prove Jackson was not democratic leader. First, Jackson vetoed congress and abolished the bank of the United States. Second, Jackson used the “Spoils System” to give his party and himself more power. Finally, Jackson removed

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  • Jackson Letter

    March 2, 1832 Dear President Jackson: I understand exactly where you are coming from in supporting the removal of Indians from Georgia. I too must do what I think will most benefit the American citizens. I am inclined to also support the removal of Indians from Georgia. I believe it will keep America growing and prospering. Though it is a little unfair to the Indians I believe it will improve our economy and increase job availability. As for the Indians, I think we should try to remove them

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  • Michael Jackson

    Michael Joseph Jackson[2][3] (August 29, 1958 – June 25, 2009) was an American singer, songwriter, record producer, dancer, and actor. Called the King of Pop,[4][5] his contributions to music and dance, along with his publicized personal life, made him a global figure in popular culture for over four decades. The eighth child of the Jackson family, he debuted on the professional music scene along with his elder brothers Jackie, Tito, Jermaine, and Marlon as a member of the Jackson 5 in 1964, and

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  • Andrew Jackson

    middle class. Andrew Jackson was the 7th president and American war hero from the war of 1812 battle of New Orleans and fought in the Revolutionary war when he was young. Andrew Jackson supported the representation of the “common man” which made him popular amongst those who were considered in his eyes to be the “common man”. Andrew Jackson was both a democratic and undemocratic president because of his Native American policy, economic policy and Jacksonian political policy. Andrew Jackson acted democratically

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  • Frederick Jackson Turner

    Turner, the Thesis, and Tracking history: Frederick Jackson Turner’s journey to the thesis and his contribution to the way we study history today History Today 290 Megan Houck Professor Le Bar May 7, 2014 Over 120 years ago, Frederick Jackson Turner spoke in Chicago about his theory of the American West. This Statement made a bold case that the closing of the westward expansion was the end to a glorious and influential chapter in the history of the nation. Throughout the decades

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  • Jackson

    9-914-505 AUGUST 1, 2013 WILLIAM E. FRUHAN WEI WANG Jackson Automotive Systems It was early June 2013. Heather James, vice president at the Michigan State Bank, was considering a loan request from a longtime client, Jackson Automotive Systems. Jackson had requested the renewal of an existing term loan with the bank in the amount of $5 million that was originally scheduled to be repaid at the end of the month. Jackson was also seeking to borrow an additional $2.4 million to fund the

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  • Jackson Automotive

    BACKGROUND Jackson Automotive Systems is an Original Equipment Manufacturer located in Jackson, Michigan. Larry Edwards is the president of the company. It is operating in automotive parts industry with product lines in advanced heating and air conditioning systems, engine cooling systems and parts and fuel injection and transfer systems. The company experienced fast growth, was stable during the global recession period and has steady rebuilding of sales since 2010 with substantial backlog of orders

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  • Andrew Carnegie

    Crystal Martin Summary of The Gospel of Andrew Carnegie After the Civil War, the United States’ economy found itself drastically changing. Many people believe that because of the North’s victory over the south, this inspired people to begin investing and building, along with influencing stocks and bonds. The people who did this were known as “robber barons”, which was a derogatory term to describe their greed. The rest of the economy was slowly realizing that these “robber barons” had much more

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  • Michael Jackson

    Michael Jackson Michael Jackson’s childhood wasn’t your average kid’s childhood. His childhood was just as extraordinary as he is. He was born on August 29, 1958 in Gary, Indiana, an industrial city near Chicago. He was the eighth child of ten, living in a 3 room house of an African American working class family. Growing up, Michael had troubles with his father, Joe. In 2003, Joe acknowledged he regularly whipped Michael as a boy. Jackson stated that this caused physical and emotional trauma, though

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  • Andrew Carnegie

    The Man, the Story Andrew Carnegie Andrew Carnegie came from humble begins, born in Scotland on 25th November 1835. He and his parents stayed in Scotland until 1848 when they went to America, due to the economic depression. He had his first job at the age of 12 in a cotton factory but his knew that he had to continue to get an education by going to night school. “At 14 Carnegie became a messenger boy in the local Pittsburgh Telegraph Office. His abilities were noticed by Thomas A. Scott, the superintendent

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  • Benny Andrews

    Benny Andrews was a painter, writer, printmaker, sculptor, book illustrator and teacher. His work, like his background, was complex and multi-faceted. A storyteller at heart and self-described “people’s painter,” Andrews focused on figurative social commentary depicting the struggles, atrocities, and everyday occurrences in the world, but he was not satisfied to use art as a substitute for action. Benny Andrews was born on November 13, 1930, in Plainview, Georgia, a small farming community three

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  • Andrew Young

    Andrew Jackson Young Andrew Jackson Young Jr. was born March 12, 1932 in New Orleans, Louisiana. His mother was Daisy Full Young a school teacher, and his father was Andrew Jackson Young Sr., a dentist. Young’s father hired a professional boxer to teach Andrew and his brother how to fight, so they could defend themselves. From that, Andrew decided that violence was not the path he would choose to follow. After beginning his higher education at Dillard University, Young transferred

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  • Freddy Andrews

    many prejudices against you, while you face a lot of struggles yourself. This is also the case in the story ‘Freddy Andrews’ by Polly Borland where the reader meets the protagonist in the story, Freddy Andrews, who is confused with his Aboriginal identity and how he has to deal with all the hate towards his native people and himself. The main character is called Freddy Andrews and he is a white Aboriginal, whose mom and siblings are Aboriginal. His dad was white (line 7-8) and therefore he is

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  • Andrew Carnegie

    Class: Business and Social Responsibility Professor: Pete Macky Andrew Carnegie Andrew Carnegie was arguably one of the richest men in America. From his companies emerged the steel to build the infrastructures such as railroads, bridges, automobiles, and ships that would build a nation in need of direction. He played a major role in the transformation into the Industrial Revolution, producing the steels to make machinery and transportation possible. Carnegie built his empire from cost

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  • Andrew Jackson and the Bank

    In 1834, Jackson began a push to move towards "hard" currency, gradually phasing out small bills over more than twenty years. He and Benton believed that only gold and silver provided proper security, as, during financial bust periods, working-class people could not get credit. Hard money, then, ensured the workers would always be paid in money that had real value. The move terrified many rich Democrats, who saw a future in which they might not be able to conduct business with large bills. In a final

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  • Andrew Carnegie

    Response #1: “Gospel Of Wealth” Andrew Carnegie was a man who believed that any person with the right set of skills and education could become wealthy. Carnegie himself was a Scottish immigrant who dragged himself from rags, to one of the richest men in the United States. He thought that if a person was “rich,” then they were more admirable than others and, therefore, knew how to prosper in society. Carnegie states “Those worthy of assistance, except in rare cases, seldom require assistance.” Carnegie

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  • Andrew Yard

    2015 Lorne Thomas Recruiting Andrew Yard (A) Problem Statement: Joseph Rogers recruited Andrew Yard to fulfill the role of managing Ayoub Companies (AC) retail sector however he insulted Andrew Yard in the process by attempting to motivate him through compensation to join the company sooner than arranged. Hypothesis 1: Joseph Rogers appears to have a true disconnect with emotional intelligence and understanding Andrew Yard’s motivation. In the reading, Andrew Yard clearly stated during the

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  • Bo Jackson

    because of his physical appearance and athletic ability, or some may say Deion Sanders, because of his ability to play two sports at the professional level. They are both great athletes, however Vincent Edward "Bo" Jackson is hands down more qualified for the title as the greatest athlete. Jackson, the eighth of ten children, was born and raised in Bessemer, Alabama, and was named after Vince Edwards his mother's favorite actor. At a young age his family always noticed Bo was bigger and faster than the

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  • Andrew Jackson

    President Andrew Jackson was the first president not from the rich Aristocracy class. This means he was not born into the wealthy gentleman class as the prior presidents were. He was a man of the people and for the people and strongly believed in that motto. The road he took to the White House and the way he ran the country as President would change the country and democracy forever. Andrew

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  • Michael Jackson

    is fictional and was developed for educational purposes. Any resemblance in actions, events, or persons discussed herein to actual actions, events or persons is merely coincidental. NAME: Michael Jackson AGE: 50 DATE: May 25, 2009 PRESENTING INFORMATION AND REASON FOR REFERRAL: Michael Jackson is a 50 year-old African-American male who under the advice of his family and friends, has agreed to seek voluntary counsel for on going issues related to an illness known as body dysmorphic disorder

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  • Maynard Jackson

    Maynard Jackson Maynard Jackson was the first African American mayor in Atlanta, Georgia. He was also a member of the Democratic Party. Maynard Jackson served three terms an two consecutive terms from 1974 until 1982. Maynard Jackson’s grandfather was a civil rights leader. Maynard graduated Morehouse college in 1956 when he was only 18 years old. Also Jackson’s mother was a French Professor at Spellman in Atlanta, Georgia. Maynard Jackson was part of alpha phi alpha. He had a wife

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