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  • Im Andrew Jackson!
  • Christina Kaprielian I think Jackson should be on the 20 dollar bill.
  • Christina Kaprielian I think Andrew Jackson should be on the 20 dollar bill.
  • Jacksonian Democracy made Jackson a good president because he spread political power to all types of people rich or poor, Jackson used this idea to help him win the 1828 presidential election.
  • The Jacksonian Democracy occurred during the election of 1828. Jackson wanted to spread political power to all kinds of people. Adams only wanted what was best for the wealthy people so by Jackson saying he wanted what's best for everyone's interest people started voting for him. With the Jacksonian Democracy came a win in the 1828 presidential election for Jackson.
  • The spoils system made Jackson a good president because during Jackson's campaign he said he'd make the govern. better. He did so by replacing officials with his supporters.
  • What's going on?!?
  • The spoils system was when Jackson's inauguration started a new era for everyone. When Jackson was campaigning to become president he said he would reform the government. He did so by replacing government officials with his own supporter's. Even though others did not like this practice, Jackson defended it. The name "spoils system" comes from a saying that whoever the winner is the spoils belongs to them.
  • The Indian Removal Policy made Jackson a good president by helping the Native Americans get out of the place where other states had claimed land because of gold and moving them west.
  • The Indian Removal Policy was when after the discovery of gold, whites began to come onto the Native Americans land. Georgia and other Southern states had laws passed to take over Native Americans land, When the Natice Amereicans protested Jackson helped themm, Jackson wanted Congress to pass a law to move Native Americans west or submit to state laws, The Indian Removal Act occured in 1830 which helped the govern, negotiate treaties that required a relocation of Native Americans to the west,
  • States rights made him a good president because his position in the debate was showing that he didn't want states to have rights and he wanted a strong federal government which helped the govern. and like he said he's trying to make the govern. better.
  • States rights was a way that the state could determine whether a law that the Federal govern, passed was a unconstitutional law or not. There were two sides to this, you could either be for it or go against it, this later became known as the Webster-Hayne debate. Someone who was not against the state rights was a senator named Robert Y. Hayne who believed that the states were a lawful way to protest and maintain their freedom. The Webster-Hayne debate was later resolved by the civil war,
  • The war on the Nat. Bank/Economic Decisions was when Jackson vetoed the renewal of the bank's charter and claimed the nat. bank was unconstitutional which stated an attack on the bank. This attack became an issue in the presidential campaign of 1832. When Jackson was reelected he took it as a sign that everyone approved of his attack. Jackson finally ran the bank out of business. Economy boomed and "pet banks" were issuing out more paper money which eventually made each dollar worth less.
  • The war on the nat. bank made Jackson a bad president because his views of the nat. bank being unconstitutional and destroying it made economic problems later on because "pet banks" were giving out more paper money which eventually made the dollar worth less.
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