Just look at the sources below and you'll see! https://www.history.com/topics/19th-century/jacksonian-democracy https://historyengine.richmond.edu/episodes/view/2798 Textbook Chapter 12
Do you think that Andrew Jackson deserves to be on the $20?
Based on his actions during his presidency, I do NOT think that he deserves to be.
Yeah! It is an idea of ensuring majority rule by spreading political power to all the people. This was a disadvantage to Andrew Jackson because he just used this as a way to gain more votes from the people, which is why he doesn't deserve to be on the $20 bill.
Hey! Do you know what Jacksonian Democracy is?
Can someone explain Spoils System to me?
It's the practice of winning candidates giving government jobs to political supporters.
This system proves that Andrew Jackson shouldn't be on the $20 bill because this was an opportunity for him to hire whoever benefited him and this showed his selfishness.
This man has no right to be on the $20 bill because he has no respect thinking that kicking us out of our homelands can be an advantage to him.
Andrew Jackson and his government plan to negotiate a treaty with us to force us west. They're calling it the Indian Removal Policy.
So Andrew Jackson's states' rights were a theory that said that states had the right to judge when the federal government had passed an unconstitutional law.
Yup! However, he doesn't deserve to be on the $20 bill because this theory was solely based on his OWN political views. He also ignored the other two branches of government.
Fine, but he should NOT be on the $20 bill because he was abusing his presidential power which is not a good leadership trait.
Can I get candy now?!
The War on National Bank were The actions of Andrew Jackson that destructed the Second Bank of the United States of America and he sent the government to money to several state banks.