Andrew Jackson Project

Andrew Jackson Project
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Andrew Jackson was one mean, scary, and confusing boy

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  • https://www.dictionary.com/browse/jacksonian-democracy Creating America Ch. 12 Pgs 373, 375, 381, and 383 https://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/andrew-jackson-shuts -down-second-bank-of-the-u-s https://study.com/academy/lesson/spoils-system- definition-lesson-quiz.htm https://1.cdn.edl.io/QpNNBJkOQG4LLyDwFgf6fR6t x8f0u65udvnqIrw6uz6OGP90.pdf
  • I do not believe Andrew Jackson belongs on the $20 bill as he was self-centered, unpleasant, and power hungry.
  • Does Andrew Jackson deserve to be on the $20 bill?
  • By: David Pulido
  • He used this to his advantage by giving the common man more power making people like him more allowing him to get re-elected. He also could do just about anything with his new added power in the executive government.
  • Extra democracy made by giving the people more power and he gave himself more power in the federal government.
  • Jacksonian Democracy
  • Unlimited Power!!
  • He can use this power to get whatever he wants which creates a tyranny.
  • He used this to his advantage as loyal people who will listen to him give him more power.
  • Giving  people who are loyal to you government positions.
  • Experience smeareance!
  • Spoils System
  • He removed the experience out of the government just to give himself more power.
  • He used this to his advantage as the U.S. had now gained lots of land west of the Mississippi and land could either give land to states or make new ones.
  • Jackson forced treaties onto the Native Americans to steal their land.
  • Indian Removal Policy
  • This is mine now!
  • He forcefully moved peaceful people that were living in the area just because he wanted to.
  • Jackson enforced federal law on states giving the government more power thus giving him more power.
  • The rights states have and the power they have.
  • Let me just forcefully violate your state rights real quick
  • State's Rights
  • Jackson gave himself more power by forcefully putting laws on states and violating their rights.
  • He did this to give more power to the common man allowing him to appeal to his voters more and get him re-elected.
  • Jackson removed money from the national bank and gave it to 23 state banks.
  • Let me just move this money elsewhere
  • War on National Bank 
  • He further weakened the federal government giving him more power over the whole government.
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