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Andrew Jackson is not worthy enough to be on the $20 bill because during his presidency, all he cared about was himself and no one else. He was a very selfish man.
The Jacksonian Democracy is the certaincy of spreading political power to all people and majority rule. Since it expanded the voting rights and help jackson win the election. He isnt worthy because he just wanted to win the election.
The spoils system is the practicing of giving government jobs to political backers. when he introduced the term after winning his election, he appoints the civil servants to government jobs only because they were very loyal to his political party and himself. He isnt worthy because he jsut cared if the poeple cared about him and his party
The Indian Removal Policy is a law that would require native americans to move either west or to submit to the state laws. He had to arrange things with the southern native american tribes and the mississipi river to exchange things for their land. And with Jackson doing this it was enforced under his administration and that of Martin Van Buren. He isnt worthy because he just cared about himself and not the indians.
States rights are just strict limits to the federal government's authority under the constitution. He had many options that didnt work for him and it didnt make him worthy.
He wasnt worthy enough for the bill because he had many opinions that dont work well with him and for himself.
The war on national banks is a campaign in 1833 to destroy to second bank of the US. After Jackson veoted the renewal of the bank for being unconstitutional, he set out to shut down the bank. He eventually the bank went out of business and Jackson won the war, however now economically there were troubles and the economy became weaker.