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  • National Banks Ending 1828-1832
  • The National Bank's fall from the 1828-1832.
  • the government should shower its favors — as heaven does its rain — on the high and low alike, on the rich and the poor equally.
  • Made Necessary And Proper Clause. Then the bank got all the power in a 20 year contract. The banks then raised the taxes to make more of a profit.
  • Jefferson ignores all his advisers and votes the banks new contract and breaking their 20 year contract 4 years early. He was the first president to use a veto.
  • Goodbye old National banks. Hello new privet banks.
  • Jefferson requested equality for all poor and rich people. Not everyone was happy about this.
  • The poor people loved him and thought he was a hero but the wealthy people hated that he took away their power and control over the bank. Everyone loving him is what won him the 1832 election.
  • YEESSS we love your HERO
  • we hate you
  • Since president Jackson did not renew the charter for the National banks new privet owned banks started appearing more and more.
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