Andrew Jackson Project

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  • I don't think he should be on the $20 because he tricked the people into believing he was one of them
  • Jacksonian Democracy: The idea of spreading political power to all the people and ensuring majority rule.
  • Jackson sold himself as a common man which won the vote from the common people of america.
  • Jackson gave government jobs to his friends and government supporters to make sure everyone agrees with him no matter what 
  • He shouldn’t be on the $20 bill. He took jobs from qualified men who needed the jobs and gave them to his buddies. 
  • Spoils System: The practice of giving government jobs to political backers.
  • Jackson removed all the indians and relocated them to the western lands and have the white settlers live on the indian land to mine the gold discovered there. 
  • Indian Removal Policy: The government to negotiate their land for land in the West.
  • Jackson shouldn’t be on the $20 because he made the Indians move to other lands so theAamericans can have the gold on the Indian lands.
  • Jackson took the state’s rights away and said anything the federal government goes no matter what happens.
  • Jackson shouldn’t be on the $20 because he took away the state’s rights and made them do whatever he said to do.
  • State’s Rights: The states have their own rights that can’t be changed by the federal government.
  • Jackson didn't want the national bank open because he wanted the people to lend, pay, and bank with the banks owned by sponsers of him.
  • War on National Bank/Economic Decisions: Jackson believed that the second national bank was corrupt and unconstitutional. The bank was only benefiting the elite few they choose. 
  • Jackson shouldn’t be on the $20 because he wanted his share of the money that the banks owned by the government that is lending, banking, and being paid by all the people who bank their.
  • Sources: Creating America Textbook, ushistory.org, History.com
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