Andrew Jackson vs. The National Bank
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Congress gave the bank a letter to do business for 20 years. So a small group of private citizens owned the rest. Lawmakers gave the bank enormous power.
He said the Bank of the United States was dangerous to the liberty of the people. He said the bank could influence political elections and benefited the rich at the expense of the poor and middle class.
Jackson use the power of president to stop the banks,
Jackson said that instead, the government should shower its favors — as heaven does its rain — on the high and low alike, on the rich and the poor equally.
Jackson he don't care about if he is the first men that don't like the law of the bank, He don't care about the people if the people is going to stay mad or no,
The “Common People” in the United States saw him as their champion/ hero and easily reelected him for a second term in the 1832 election. That it meant that he do a good thing for the people that was poor's in that time and he people help him for a second term in the 1832 election.
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