GALILEA HERNANDEZ Andrew Jackson should be on the $20 bill because he helped people without property, gave government jobs to those that needed it, moved indians away, gave rights to the individual states, and got rid of an unconstitutional bank. (Creating America) (Dictionary.com) (American Historama.org)
Jacksonian Democracy is giving the common man rights and opposing signs of aristocracy. Jackson used this to get votes in where he gave voting rights to people without property. This makes him worthy of being on the $20 bill because he thought outside of the box and got votes in a way that helped other people.
The spoils system set in place by Andrew Jackson is the practice of giving of giving government jobs to political backers. Andrew Jackson set this in place because of a previous disloyalty act through the Peggy Eaton Affair, to which he resigned the entire cabinet. From there on he only took advice from loyal friends and supporters. because of this, Jackson is worthy of the $20 dollar bill. He showed that he doesn't just trust anybody.
The Indian removal policy was an act set out by Andrew Jackson to move all indians living in U.S territory west. Jackson used this to move more white men into the west. This was an act of thanks to his loyal friends. This doesn't make Andrew Jackson worthy of the $20 bill because he seperated and moved thousands of indian families that had already set their lives in that area.
States rights is where states have individual rights to consider a law unconstitutional. Jackson used this when he wanted to limit the federal governments power. Since Andrew limited how much the government could have a say who does what, he deserves to be on the $20 dollar bill.
War on banks were initiated by Jackson. He thought the bank was unconstitutional so he wanted to get rid of it. This helped him with the common man. e also thought that the bank opposed him. This is a disadvantage for him because he had no reason to shut down the bank. This isn't worthy of the $20 bill because he took something away only because he felt that the idea of this bank threatened his common man standard.