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Andrew Jackson does not deserve to be on the $20 Bill
I don't think that his use of this topic makes him worthy of being on the $20 bill because of how he used it to help his own policy
The Jacksonian Democracy is was a 19th Century political philosophy in the United States that expanded suffrage to most whit men over the age of 21, and restructured a number of federal institutions.
The help upraise Jackson’s policy on subsequent to finishing what he worded as “Monopoly” of government officials.
This does not make Andrew Jackson worthy of being on the $20 because his putting this act in place resulted in him allowing his supporters to come to his inauguration party with resulted in chaos and violence.
The practice of a successful political party giving public office to its supporters.
Andrew Jackson appointed the spoils system after being elected president in 1828 because he believed that everyone should equal rights to work in a government position
Andrew Jackson used the act to grant unsettled land to Native Americans as long as they promised theirs across existing state borders
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 ancestral lands.
Jackson warned the tribes that if they failed to move, they would lose their independence and fall under state laws. Jackson backed an Indian removal bill in Congress. which was unconstitutional and made him not worthy of being on the $20 bill
The most important of these was probably the issue of the rights of states. In the most fundamental point, the concept of states ' rights is the principle that the states that make up the United States of America will have sovereign rights to act as their own autonomous governments outside the influence of the central government. This just proves that Andrew Jackson does not deserve to be on the $20 bill
The rights and powers held by individual US states rather than by the federal government.
Jackson supported states' rights but viewed annihilation as a opening to breakaway, and he passionately opposed any measure that could potentially break up the Union. In July 1832, in an effort to compromise, he signed a new tariff bill that lowered most import duties to their 1816 levels.
The Bank War was the name given to President Andrew Jackson's 1833 effort to overthrow the United States Second Bank, after his reelection persuaded him that his opposition to the bank had gained national support.
Banks making too many loans will print paper money in abundance and deflate the currency. This will result in lenders demanding that the banks take back their devalued paper in exchange for specie, as well as debtors attempting to pay off loans with the same deflated currency, severely disrupting the economy.
The war on the Bank not only influenced America economically, but also politically. The killing of the Second National Bank by Jackson killed the American economy as seen in the 1837 panic, but also prompted a two-party political system to develop.Which is why I conclude that Andrew does not deserve to be on the $20 bill