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  • Tyler Htut Andrew Jackson should stay on the 20$ bill because he has demonstrated his strategic genius during his term of presidency. In multiple cases, he has shown that he is capable of making the right decisions and he shows his intellect of making choices that benefit the nation and himself. Dictionary.com, History.com, Britannica.com, and Shmoop.com 
  • He made this act become reality and this won him the election
  • This is one of the acts of why he should stay on the 20$ bill because he's making equality between everyone's rights.
  • Jacksonian Democracy is when Jackson made greater rights for the common people.
  • Dictionary.com History.com
  • Britannica.com
  • This is another act of why Jackson should stay on the 20$ bill. This act benefited him and his workers showing the genius that jackson is capable of having 
  • Andrew Jackson replaced 1,000 of his workers to a public service job. This helped him achieve his ideas and goals, along with them becoming happy with there job.
  • The Spoils System is when a political party wins an election and the active supports and workers get to be a public service job.
  • Britannica.com
  • This is another example of how Andrew Jackson demonstrated his intellect. He achieved two goals with one act. He got territory and is making the American Indians achieve westward expansion that could help him in the near future. 
  • This act helped Andrew Jackson with the achievement of westward expansion and moving the American Indians.
  • The Indian Removal Policy is when the U.S. exchanged land from the west with the American Indians for wanted territory.
  • Dictionary.com Shmoop.com
  • The States' rights is when Jackson gave the States some rights that the federal government doesn't have.
  • This act is also another example of Jackson's strategic skills. Knowing that the federal government contained to much powers, he decided to give the state's a few but not as much as the main government. It was documented that people were shocked by this act, but it was also documented that it was a nation-saving act.
  • In this act, Jackson did split the powers, but intended on the federal government to have more of it.
  • History.com (bank war) History.com (shuts down bank of the us)
  • The War on National Bank and Economic Decisions was the time when Jackson decided to shut down the second national bank. He thought that this bank was unconstitutional,  harmful to the states' rights, and dangerous to the freedom of people.
  • This could be one of the only reasons why he shouldn't be on the 20$ bill. This act was interpreted wrong on Jackson's part and shutting down the second national bank was the wrong call. 
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