Kirolos Mousa Andrew Jackson doesn't deserve to be on the 20 dollar bill.TCI Lesson 14 and Us history.org
The Jacksonian democracy meant Political power for all white male voters which gave an opportunity for white males who didn't own land. Andrew Jackson used This to his advantage by gaining more votes from the Common people than from the electoral votes, which gained him the presidency in the election of 1828. This wasn't worthy for Jackson to be on the 20 dollar bill because all he wanted was to win the presidency to become president.
The spoils system was to give political jobs to political backers. Jackson used this to give his supporters jobs so they could keep supporting him and for him to continue his presidency. This wasn't worthy for Jackson to be on the 20 dollar bill because he created this so he could stay as president, so he only cared about himself and the u.s..
When Congress passed The Indian Removal Act, it required all Native Americans to move west when the Americans found gold, which led to the Trail of Tears. Andrew Jackson used this to get gold and to make the us richer. This wasn't worthy for Jackson to become president because it caused a long treacherous journey that is now called the Trail of Tears.
States rights is when states can reject any federal law unconstitutional. Jackson used this when congress passed the Doctrine of Nullification to keep the South States from leaving the us country, so the south can reject tariffs and not pay them. This is worthy for Jackson to be on the 20 dollar bill because he helped the us keep its natural foundation.
The War on National bank was Jackson not a fan about the bank, because he thinks bank has too much power. Jackson used this topic to defend his opinion because he thought the banks were only for making the rich richer and making it unfair for common people, then he vetoed the renewal of the bank. This was worthy enough for Jackson to be on the 20 dollar bill because he doesn't want anybody to have too much money or power.