Yes, Andrew Jackson Deserves To Be On The $20 Bill
Cites: History Textbook Ch. 12 UShistory.com History. com
He used this for his advantage because more people like farmers, could vote which helped Jackson take office.
Jacksonian Democracy is the idea of spreading political power to all the people and ensuring majority rule
Spoils System is the practice of giving government jobs to political backers
Jackson used this to his advantage because this removed government officials and filled the positions with people that agree with him politically.
Indian Removal Policy is the act for the government to negotiate treaties that would require Native Americans to relocate west.
Indian Removal Policy
He used this as an advantage because they earned more money and land with this act.
I believed that he should be on the $20 bill because he gaved people that weren’t allowed to vote, like farmers,vote.
A advantage he got was that he used federal forces to accomplish federal laws abolishment.
Jackson should be on the $20 bill because by removing government officials he made the government on the same page which would allow them to decide on important issues easier.
War on National Bank/Economic Decisions
He shouldn’t be on the $20 because of this act. The Indian removal policy made the Indians move away from there home which had many hardships and changed their lives.
Andrew Jackson should be on the $20 bill because he believed that each state should have their rights and powers instead of the federal government which would allow each state to focus on their people and not others.
State’s Rights is the rights and powers held by individual US states rather than by the federal government.
He used the war on national bank/economic decisions to his advantage because he felt the bank was unconstitutional, harmful to the states rights, and dangerous to the liberties of people which made the big states agree with him strongly.
Finally, he should be on the bill since he wanted to have the same beliefs as ordinary people. He was showing that a national bank was noteight for the people and was for favored business.