It was very good that Andrew Jackson gave rights to the common man but he was not always good.
It was not fair at all for him to have all people from his political party to work in the government just for his advangtage.
Andrew Jackson should not be on the 20 dollar bill because of multiple things he has done during his presidency that makes him undeserving.
The Indian removal policy was even worse, how could you kick someone out of their own home just for your benefit!
Two Co workers sit down for their break and strike up a conversation about Andrew Jackson and why he should not be on the 20 dollar bill. They start off talking about Jacksonian Democracy which is when Andrew Jackson gave the common man the right to vote.
All Andrew Jackson wanted was all the power for himself and the government, never the people
The next topic they decide to talk about is the spoils system. This was when Andrew Jackson would appoint people to government jobs just because they were in the same political party as him.
The worst part is that he did not want the national bank only because of his past experiences
Andrew Jackson had his good moments but overall could have been a better president, take him off the bill!
Gary then brings up the Indian Removal policy, when Andrew Jackson forced all the Indians out of their homes to gain more land.
Sabrina states her feelings about the States Rights and how Andrew Jackson handled it. States Rights is when the individual states have more powers and rights than the federal government
Finally they both wrap up the conversation with discussing the War on National Bank. This was the political struggle that developed over the issue of a 2nd bank in the US.