Andrew Jackson got dirty and made Henry Clay the new secretary of state so that Henry could make Jackson president.
Nullification crisis of 1828-1833
Andrew Jackson Ran against John Quincy Adams and won because he set himself as the "Peoples President"
Indian Removal Act (and the Trail of Tears)
I don't care, Let him enforce it!
The spoils system that Jackson implemented was to First remove ant current federal employees and replaced them with his supporters. This was later known as "The Kitchen Cabinet"
(2nd) Bank of USA
The "Nullification Crisis" Happened over a tax that as put on imported goods for the southerners; Vice-president John C. Calhoun said the states could annul the tax, Jackson said That they couldn't!
Jackson passed the Indian Removal Law, which meant that Indians had to move to where modern day Oklahoma is. The Cherokee refused and took this to court, and they ruled that they could stay, but Jackson didn't enforce this. Thus, when the next president came (Martin Van Buren in 1838) he sent the remaining Indians to Indian territory
John Marshall said we could stay. Can you please enforce this?
Jackson Hated the national bank. He thought it was unconstitutional and only for rich people. So he got rid of it. (yeahh that was a TOTALLY good idea) Later, The great panic of 1837 happened because Jackson got rid of the bank. Martin Van Buren didn't help with that mess because the "right thing to do" was to not do anything (not interfere with the government)