No, Andrew Jackson should not be on the $20 bill because he had no integrity. If something didn't go his way, he would change the law. Just like how he changed the government to his liking. He changed laws to his advantage.
Does Andrew Jackson deserve to be on the $20 bill?
By: Lynn Lee
Jackson should not be on the $20 bill because he only cared about the votes of the people. He didn't really care about what the people wanted.
The Jacksonian Democracy tested Jackson's promise to look out for the "common people." It also promoted the concept of how majority rules. It also helped spread political power to all people. Increasing rights for citizens.
Jackson used the Jacksonian Democracy to his advantage by mainly including white people in voting which doesn't make him worthy because it includes segregation
Jacksonian Democracy The Jacksonian Democracy was constructed to have more democracy in the American Government. Jackson believed in a democracy ruled by "common man."
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Jackson just wanted all the jobs to be involved with all his supporters, so they could have the same opinion as him.
Firing the original employees hurt the economy of Washington D.C. He was not being responsible and only wanted people who had the same opinions as him.
Indian Removal Policy
Jackson was being inconsiderate of the Native Americans and was being selfish.
Jackson forced Indians to relocate even though the Supreme Court was against him.
Jackson used the land for settling. There was more gold than land.
Jackson signed an act which relocated Indians to unsettled lands West of the Mississippi.
Jackson thought that the states had fewer rights under the constitution. He thought that the Federal Government had strict rules and it was not good.
Jackson had his own thoughts and not really the people's thoughts making him unworthy of being on the $20 bill.
The states should have more power instead of the national government
State's Rights is the rights the states have.
Jackson didn't want any part of the second bank of the U.S., because he lost money and didn't like the bank.
War on National Bank/Economic Decisions
Jackson does not belong on the $20 bill because he just destroyed the bank because he lost money.