File:King Andrew the First (political cartoon of President Andrew Jackson).jpg

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English: 1832 King Andrew rejects republican values. Cartoon from anonymous artist circa 1832, used in campaign posters.
Español: El cartel anti-Jackson muestra a Andrew Jackson como un monarca que pisotea la constitución, la judicatura federal, y el Banco de los Estados Unidos.
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