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  • Ethan Robledo Period 2
  • I believe that Andrew Jackson should be on the $20 bill.
  • Jacksonian Democracy: crusade against control of the government. Promised to look out for common people. Expansion helped Jackson gain an overwhelming victory on 1828 election. Cause the farmer and laborer in agricultural and industrial society. Western farmers and workers in the nations cared for him. Peoples voting put an end to the idea of the government that should be controlled by educated elite.
  • I think this is a good idea because the expansion of voting rights helped Jackson succeed an overwhelming win in the 1828 presidential election.
  • Spoils System: he began replacing lots of government officials with his supporters. His enemies charged that the training was corrupt. He faced three very big problems, the status of Native Americans, the rights of states, and the role of the bank of the U.S. A statement to the victor belonging the spoils of the enemies. He also promised to reform the government.
  • I think this is a bad idea because his enemies charged that the practice was corrupt, but as president he faced three issues- the status or Native Americans, the rights of the states, and the role of the bank of the United States.
  • Indian Removal Policy: he decided that the Native Americans should be shuffed out. They should have 2 choices, to become a citizen of the U.S or move somewhere else to another place. However, when gold was discovered people or white people moved somewhere else like cherokee territory. Indian Removal Act was to force Native Americans out or remove them.
  • I think this is a bad idea because he shouldn't be forcing people out of their houses or land, any thing like that.
  • States' Rights: Hayne defended nullification. He also said that the real opponents of the union were those who are repeatedly stealing power from the states and adding more power to the Federal Government. Jackson had not yet stated his position on the problem of states' rights, even though Calhoun was his vice president. On the order was Robert Y. Hayne, a senator from South Carolina. He stood up, looked directly at Calhoun and stated, "Our Federal Union it must be preserved".
  • I think this is a bad idea because he is letting states not get the right to reject the laws.
  • War On National Bank/ Economic Decisions: He said the bank was a monopoly that favored a couple at the expense of a lot. His veto message also contained attack on the bank. His war on the bank became a problem in the campaign of 1832. He took it as a item that the public approved his war on the bank. He set out to destroy the bank before charter ended in 1836.
  • I think this is a bad idea because the bank went broke or out of money and couldn't even pay people money because they didn't have any.
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