By- Judy Lee Andrew Jackson should not be on the twenty dollar bill because he was selfish and ruined the economy.
Jacksonian Democracy is the idea that common people should control the government. Andrew Jackson used this topic to create greater rights for common people and was led by a strong group of equality among people of newer settlements in the west and south. It helped him win the presidency of 1828. I believe this is a movement that is not worthy of Jackson staying on the twenty dollar bill because although it helps commoners get more equal rights and it also helped men who had little to no property vote, he used it for his own good to win presidency.
okay? but did I ask?
The Spoils system is the practice of rewarding political supporters with government jobs. Jackson used this topic to help the democratic party become more powerful and he trusted that common people could do government jobs just as well as the workers he had fired. I believe this isn’t that worthy of Jackson staying on the twenty dollar bill because if he used the spoils system to show that commoners can do good jobs in the government just as well as the former employees Jackson had fired, then wouldn’t that mean they wouldn’t do as well of a job since those Jackson had fired had been, well, fired?
The Indian Removal Act made treaties with tribes to make them leave. Andrew Jackson used this act to negotiate with southern Indian tribes for their removal to the west of the Mississippi River (federal territory) in exchange for their homelands. I believe this isn’t worthy of Andrew Jackson staying on the twenty dollar bill because it shows that Jackson only cared about those Indians if they used White American ways.
bro, shut up!!
States’ Rights are the rights and powers held by individual US states rather than by the federal government. Andrew Jackson supported states’ rights but when it came to laws he sided with federal laws over state laws. This isn’t worthy of Andrew Jackson staying on the twenty dollar bill because instead of finding a way to consider federal and state laws, he sided with federal laws.
War on National Bank/ Economic Decisions- The Bank War was the name given to the campaign begun by President Andrew Jackson in 1833 to destroy the Second Bank of the United States, after his reelection convinced him that his opposition to the bank had won national support.
It's finally over!
In 1833, President Andrew Jackson announced that the government wouldn’t deposit federal funds to the Second Bank of the U.S, the quasi-governmental national bank. He then used his executive power to block the account and to put the money in many state banks. This doesn't make him worthy of staying on the twenty dollar bill because he blocked federal money to put in state banks when he could've used the federal bank to help the state bank instead on blocking it completely.