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Updated: 3/13/2020
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  • Does Andrew Jackson Deserve To Be On The $20 Bill?
  • Andrew Jackson does not deserve to be on the $20 bill because he was selfish and impulsive.Sources:-TCI-Young American Republic
  • Jacksonian Democracy
  • Hey Lance do you think Andrew Jackson deserves to be on the $20 bill and why?
  • I believe that Andrew Jackson does not deserve to be put on the $20 bill because he selfishly used Jacksonian Democracy and used common peoples votes to win the election.
  • Spoils System
  • Hey Marvin do you think Andrew Jackson deserves o be on the $20 bill?
  • No, he impulsively used the spoils system to bring people that supported him into office which was dangerous because most were inexperienced.
  • By: Giselle Garcia"A mans Hallucinations"
  • Indian Removal Act
  • Hey terry do you think Andrew Jackson is worthy enough to be on the $20 bill
  • No, he used the Indian Removal Act to forcefully relocate the Indians when they had found gold on their lands, and went against supreme court.
  • No, he used state rights to set tariff of abomination which hurt the south
  • Jacksonian Democracy: The idea that he common people should control the government
  • States' Rights
  • Hey Cecilia do you think Andrew Jackson is worthy enough to be on the $20 bill
  • Spoils System: The practice of rewarding political supporters with government jobs.
  • War on National Bank/Economic Decisions
  • No, because he was impulsive and selfish when he set war on national banks by vetoing their renewal charters this therefore made it harder for poor people to get loans which was the problem that started all this.
  • Do you think Andrew Jackson should be on the $20 bill?
  • Indian Removal Act: This law allowed the president to make treaties in which American Indians in the East traded their lands for new territory on the Great Plains.
  • States' rights: political powers held for the state governments rather than the federal government
  • War on National Bank/Economic Decisions: The act of going against national banks by vetoing their renewal charters and creating state banks
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