Jackson championed for greater rights for the common man.
Jacksonian democracy extended voting rights to white men in almost every state, not just those who owner property.
In my opinion I didn't like the spoils system because it was the the practice of the political party who wins the election to reward its supporters.
That's true, campaign workers and supporters would be appointed to government posts and given other favors.
Indian Removal Policy
I also did not like the Indian Removal Policy because it was for the government to negotiate treaties to the Native Americans to move West. But the Indians did not have a representative so the Americans
Not all Indians relocated peacefully. The military was used to force tribesmen to march westward and many of them died on the way.
I do like States Rights though because it allows some laws to stay in the states and not the federal government.
Yes, this allows states to function as separate and apart from the federal government and have their own jurisdiction over key issues.
War on National Bank/Economic Decisions
I like the War on National Bank too because he Andrew Jackson wanted to destroy the second National Bank, and when he was elected he thought that this would increase his chances of becoming President.
When there was only one bank, customers did not have the ability to bargain. With several banking options, customers can now negotiate better rates.