Does Andrew Jackson Deserve to Be on the $20 bill?
No, Andrew Jackson does not deserve to be on the $20 bill.
I don't think he deserves to be on the it because I think he only let the people vote since Jackson came from a poor family and when he let poor families vote, most common/poor folk voted for him.
Did you hear how people want to remove Andrew Jackson on the twenty dollar bill??
who's Andrew Jackson? We live in Europe..
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Yeah, I don't think he should because the Spoils system allowed Jackson to have more people working under him. Which meant when he told his party about how he was going to be a great president, there were more people to hear, making more people vote for him.
We are learning about the Spoils system and how Andrew Jackson used it towards his advantage.
So what are you learning about in History?
Cool! Did you hear many people want to keep Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill, and many don't?
Indian Removal Policy
Does this kid even go to our school?
Did you hear that a lot of people want to keep Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill?
Definition of Jacksonian Democracy: Spread political power to all the people and ensures majority rule.
I think that he shouldn't because
Definition of the Spoils System: gives jobs to political backers
War on National Bank/Economic Decisions
So what's your opinion on removing Jackson off the $20 bill?
Definition of Indian Removal Policy: The Indian Removal Act authorized the government to relocate the Native Americans to the West.
Did you guys hear about how people want to keep Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill? I don't think he should stay since this allowed the Americans to collect more gold while harming Native Americans, this was very selfish of him.
The Defition of the Nullification Process was a United States selectional political crises which happened in 1832-1833 which involved as a confirmation between South Carolina and the federal government
Yeah! Jackson does not deserve to be kept on it! He would gain more votes if it was a limited government, which is selfish!
When Andrew Jackson openly stated how he didn't agree with the second National Bank.