Storyboard about why Andrew Jackson SHOULD NOT be on the $20 bill...
For some reason, I have basic knowledge about Andrew Jackson on Earth, and surprisingly, they honor him by putting his weird little head on their currency. I have multiple reasons on why he SHOULD NOT receive this attention...
By Benjamin Waring
Well, what I can say, is that when he was president, the government didn't have well educated leaders. In fact, at one time the government was run by the people! Could you believe that? The thing is, the people lacked required knowledge to run a stable government...
His statement, "to the victor belong the spoils of the enemy", was considered corrupt, mainly because it sounded as if Andrew Jackson cared more about power and essentially worrying less about more important things.
And don't forget about the Trail of Tears! Where thousands of Native Americans had to walk hundreds of miles to their native land, and many died on the brutal journey!
Oh! And don't even get me started on what he did to those Native Americans! He discriminated against Native Americans and didn't allow them to run their own government.
"Representation on the relationship between Native Americans and whites..."
Well I guess that about does it for this brief lesson on Andrew Jackson and why he definetely SHOULD NOT be on the $20 bill...
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