Should Andrew Jackson be on the 20 dollar bill

Should Andrew Jackson be on the 20 dollar bill
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  • Ethan Leos The sources used history.com, the creating america textbook and dictonary.com
  • The Indian removal policy gave Andrew Jackson the power to give land that was unsettled west of the Mississippi in exchange for Indian land this was a good deed because it gave the Indians land. And america got the land. On this land we found gold. This makes Andrew Jackson worthy of being on the 20 dollar bill.
  • Andrew Jackson does belong on the 20 dollar bill because he did some pretty good things when he was president.
  • Jacksonian Democracy is a movement for democracy led by Andrew Jackson in the 1830s that allowed white men to vote. Andrew Jackson did this to win the election by just being a common man. He received this title because he wanted people to believe he was a common man. This does make him worthy of being on the 20 dollar bill.
  • The spoils system was the act of a prosperous political party giving public office to its supporters. This gave the president loyal supporters. This makes him worthy of being on then 20 dollar bill. 
  •  The States' right is the power given to the states. This was good because Andrew Jackson wanted to give the states power too. This makes him worthy of being on the 20 dollar bill.
  •  The bank war is the given name to the campain that wanted to destory the second national bank. This was not great for America. But I think Andrew Jackson still belongs on the 20 dollar bill
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