Andrew Jackson $ 20 Bill Research Paper

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What do you actually know about the man on the $20 bill? The president on the bill is President Andrew Jackson who was the 7th president of the United States. While Jackson served as the President he won the battle of New Orleans, was a common president, and increased federal power. Jackson served two terms in office. In these two terms Jackson caused a financial crisis, neglecting a court order, and killing off innocent Native Americans. Should Andrew Jackson really be on the $20 bill? First off, while in office Jackson caused the Panic of 1837. From doing research on boundless.com and the article “The Panic of 1837” It states that “Jackson not willing to renew the charter for the Second Bank of the United States of America. The U.S went into financial panic and distress. Because of this panic it…show more content…
Jackson kicked the Indians off their land even though the Supreme Court didn’t allow him to. The land that the Indians were on belonged to them and Jackson without acknowledging the court’s ruling to not to take it took it anyways. Jackson kicked the Indians off their land even though the Supreme Court didn’t allow him to. The land that the Indians were on belonged to them and Jackson without acknowledging the court’s ruling to not to take it took it anyways. In the final paragraph it states why he shouldn’t be should be on the $20 bill because he killed innocent Indians. If a man disobeys a U.S court order and takes someone land he shouldn’t represent on U.S
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