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Indian Removal Act
Andrew Jackson does not deserve to be on the $20 bill.Sources- TCI-History.com-USHistory.org
Should Andrew Jackson be on the $20 bill?
I believe that common people should control the government
Although this sounds like a good idea, Jackson only used this for his own benefit in the presidential campaign.
Political power for all people, majority rule
It doesn't make him worthy of being on the $20 dollar bill since he attacked wealthier people and blamed them for his wife's death.
Whoever voted for me will get a job in the government!
I voted for you!
War on National Bank
Practice of rewarding political supporters with government jobs
He used it to reward his political supporters and believed that people should be rotated from office, which then gives more people a chance to work in the government.
This doesn’t make him worthy of being on the dollar bill since he used it for his own advantage to win the presidency.
To grant Indian tribes unsettled western prairie land in exchange for their desirable territories within state borders (especially in the Southeast), from which the tribes would be removed.
All of the Indians need to leave. Now!
Andrew Jackson sent the Native Americans out of their home. This doesn't,make him worthy of being on the bill since that is their rightful home.
The federal government has to have more power than the states.
I have created the Doctrine of Nullification which gives states the right to void any law
State has right to reject federal law between borders
Andrew Jackson should've given equal rights to both the states and federal government.
South Carolina threatens to secede.Andrew Jackson struggled to keep them in the union but signed the Force Bill and Compromise Tariff Bill in 1833
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
The bank has too much power
This causes inflation and Jackson leaves office and the nation has false prosperity. He does not deserve to be on the $20 dollar bill because he left the nation in a bad state.
Jackson thought that the bank has too much power and favors wealthy. He vetoes the renewal of the bank's charter.