The Indian removal act was also during Jackson's presidency, the law authorized the president to negotiate with southern Native American tribes for their removal to federal territory west of the Mississippi River in exchange for white settlement of their lands.
Gracie Sanchez 3/ 11/ 2020period 8 No I do not believe that Andrew Jackson deserves to be on the 20 dollar bill.Sources:Dictionary.comTCI.com
Oh yeah! I learned about him in my history class today! Jackson used it to enforce more democracy in America.
Hey little brother! Did you know that the Jacksonian Democracy that Andrew Jackson led stated that common people should control the government.
Although I do not think this makes him more worthy of being on the 20 dollar bill because Andrew Jackson used it to benefit himself.
Lastly, we have the wars on national or economics decisions which refers to an economy of a country at war. Such as during times of conflict, governments may take measures to prioritize defense and national security expenditures including, government controls, the distribution of goods and services, as well as resource allocation.
But I don't think this topic makes Jackson more worthy of being on the 20 dollar bill because it is unfair for those who are not civil servants that want a government job.
Ohhh I remember this! Andrew Jackson used the spoils system after winning the 1828 presidential election.
Now let's talk about the practice of rewarding political supporters with government jobs which is also referred to as the spoils system.
However, I do not think this topic makes him more worthy of being on the 20 dollar bill because he kicked the native American's out of their own land that they found first.
Oh yeah! It was signed into law on May 28, 1830 by Andrew Jackson. Jackson made Indians obey state laws. He thought that he could only get Indians' to self govern in federal territories, which required resettlement west of the Mississippi River on federal lands.
States' rights also played a part in Andrew Jackson's presidency they are the rights belonging to the states, especially with reference to the interpretation of the Constitution, by which all rights not delegated by the Constitution to the federal government belong to the states.
Yet, I don't think this decision makes him more worthy of being on the 20 dollar bill because he made the rights more beneficial to himself instead of going to the government.
Taxes were raised in the South but the North didn’t do the same since the North didn't need materials they needed. As a result of raised taxes, the South was not happy about it. To try and compromise, Jackson made a new tariff that lowered most duties to their 1816 levels.
Jackson disliked the federal bank because he believed it was just for wealthy people's advantage so he closed the federal bank. Which lead to the Panic of 1837.
I do not think this makes him more worthy of being on the 20 dollar bill because he did not like the federal bank so he decided to close it for his own good.