Andrew Jackson Project

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  • (TextBook Creating America) (Dictionary.com) (History.com)
  • Does Andrew Jackson deserve to be on the $20 bill? by Charlize Garcia
  • I believe that Andrew Jackson deserves to be on the $20 bill.
  • Jackson was being kind to the common man by allowing all white men to vote even if they did not own property.
  • Andrew Jackson made expansions in voting rights which caused more people to vote for him in the 1828 election, leading to his presidency.
  • The Jacksonian Democracy is the idea of spreading political power to all the people and ensuring majority rule
  • Spoils systems are the practice of giving government jobs to a political supporter.
  • Andrew was being intelligent by making himself powerful.
  • Jackson used spoils systems to replace the opposing government officials with his supporters.
  • The Indian Removal policy was an act that would make treaties that involved the Native Americans to relocate west.
  • Andrew was very strategic when making the policy because the government would have more gold from the land.
  • Jackson believed the policy was “just and liberal” and would allow Native Americans to keep their way of life.
  • Andrew Jackson strongly opposed nullification when it did not serve his purposes. He also endorsed it when that resulted in a policy he agreed with.
  • Andrew was brilliant when using the state's rights and nullification to his advantage.
  • State's rights are rights belonging to the states by which all rights not delegated by the Constitution to the federal government belong to the states.
  • Andrew vetoed a bill for the national bank having an earlier charter renewal. The federal bank's charter expired so all the deposits were transferred to various state banks.
  • Since Andrew vetoed the charter renewal, he won the war on the national bank.
  • War on National Bank/Economic Decisions was the destruction of the national bank and its replacement by various state banks.
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