Some sources that I used were the Chapter 12 history book, britannica.com, nationalgeographic.org, history.com, businesshistory.com, dictionary.com, and ushistory.org
Hi! My name is Madison Enochs and I think that Andrew Jackson does not deserve to be on the $20 bill.
This proves that he was only thinking of himself, so, he doesn't deserve to be on the $20 bill
Jacksonian Democracy was the process of giving people more political powers such as voting so it was nice that Andrew Jackson supported it
While it did give people more powers, in reality, it just benefited Andrew Jackson because he could get more voters so he could be president
Yes, but he only supported Spoils System so he could replace people who didn't support his views with people who agreed with him. It was very selfish of him to replace people for his own benefit, so, he isn't worthy enough to be on the $20 bill.
Andrew Jackson supported Spoils System which was the act of granting government careers to supporters which benefited people so he was kind for that.
It is true that the Indians relocated and had a change, however, the Indian Removal Act was really just an attempt to remove the Indians because he couldn't tolerate the presence of them. Andrew Jackson supported a cruel act so, he does not deserve to be on the $20 bill.
The Indian Removal Act allowed Indians to relocate to different places and gave them a nice change, Andrew Jackson was extremely kind for creating this
State's Rights were the powers and laws that belonged to the states, Andrew Jackson didn't support them because he didn't want the states to have too many powers, so, he was considerate of the people.
Yeah, but, the only reason he didn't want to support State's Rights was because he knew that if there were more states rights, he would lose power. All Andrew Jackson cared about was power so he definitely does not need to be on the $20 bill.
The War on National Bank was the destruction of the Second Bank of the United States. Andrew Jackson destroyed it because he felt that it was unconstitutional, so, Jackson did a good deed by destroying the Second Bank.
Though Jackson believed and did think the Second Bank was unconstitutional, the truth is that the Second Bank took money away from him, so, maybe if the bank didn't make him lose money, he wouldn't have destroyed it. This shows that he only cared about his money, so, he does not deserve to be on the $20 bill.