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Does Andrew Jackson Deserve to be on the $20 bill?
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Andrew Jackson does not deserve to be on the $20 bill
This topic makes him not worthy to be on the $20 bill because it allowed the lower class to vote, but not for their knowledge on politics, but for votes.
Jacksonian Democracy was used because since he allowed many to vote, the majority voted for him. Except they voted for him just because he allowed them too, not for an actual political reason
Jacksonian Democracy- political power for all people, majority rule
Spoils Democracy was used because by rotating jobs, it allowed him to reward his loyal supporters and join the administration.
This topic makes him not worthy to be on the $20 bill because it replaced more experienced people with people who had no idea what they were doing.
Spoils System- the practice of a successful political party giving public office to its supporters
Indian Removal Act-the first important legislative departure from the U.S. policy of officially respecting the legal and political rights of the American Indians.
Andrew Jackson is not worthy to be on the $20 bill because the Act forcefully relocated the Indians since they had found gold on their land( the Indians).
This topic was used because there was a huge argument between the the Americans and the Indians, so they would relocate the Indians from the East to the West of the Mississippi
Move West, the gold is ours!
States' Rights- the political powers held by each US states rather than by the federal government
Andrew Jackson is not worthy to be on the $20 bill because the tariffs of abomination mostly only hurt the south.
This topic was used because he mean't to set tariffs of abomination to hurt each state.
War on National Bank/ Economic Decisions-the act of going against national banks by vetoing their renewal charters and creating state banks
This topic was used to limit the federal banks power since Andrew Jackson believes the bank is only for the wealthy.
Andrew Jackson is not worthy to be on the $20 bill because by vetoing their renewal charters, it made it hard for the lower class or the poor to get loans.