Why Was Andrew Jackson Be Removed

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President Andrew Jackson should be removed completely from the twenty dollar bill. Jackson created disorder in the economy and government. Who wants a man that forces natives out of their homeland because he believes they are the ones bothering him? Jackson thinks only for himself and not others. The bank was not closing when he wanted it to close, so he took it into his own hands to close it himself. In result, the economy was destroyed for many years until it began to recover. Jackson is the type of president who does whatever he wants. His logic is that if a state is not doing what he wants, it is okay to invade and kill them all just so he can get his way. He may have helped the United States get some control of Florida, but Jackson was unfit to be president, after executing British men in Florida and the way he handled the election of 1824, he was showing signs of being unsuitable for the job. The Tariff of Abominations was passed to place a high tax on foreign imports to …show more content…
Jackson thought that the Native Americans could better preserve their native cultures in the west than they were in the east. About 100,000 Native Americans left the east and headed west. The Native Americans were forced to march west and because of the sickness, suffering, and death that happened on the journey, the Cherokees names it the Trail of Tears. Hundreds of innocent Native Americans died, and hundreds of thousands were forced to leave their native land. In the 1790’s the Native American tribes were declared as being separate nations from the United States and the U.S. could only get land from them through a treaty. Jackson, like always, did not respect their rights. He was only thinking about how he could benefit from it. He was more interested in the possible new land than in the wealthfare of the native

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