Jackson out, Chavez in | SN.at

The new US President Joe Biden cleans up. Not only with the politics of its predecessor, but also with its establishment in the Oval Office.


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Behind Joe Biden’s desk are family photos and a bust of César Chavez, the leader of the farm laborers.

If you visit the 46th President of the United States in the Oval Office, the first thing you won’t notice is the portrait of President Andrew Jackson or the military flags behind the desk called “The Resolute”, as was the case with Donald Trump. Instead, Joe Biden’s visitors are greeted by the bust of the leader of the farm laborers, César Chávez the Stars and Stripes and the flag with the presidential seal.

President Jackson owned slaves and with the Indian Removal Act allowed the slaughter of thousands of indigenous people as well as …

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Accessed on January 22nd, 2021 at 7:51 am on https://www.sn.at/politik/weltpolitik/jackson-raus-chavez-rein-98749078

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