Andrew Jackson As An Outsider Analysis

316 Words2 Pages

President Jackson portrayed himself as an outsider. Overall his main goal was to encourage Americans to create a smaller government with more involvement from citizens. Jackson had a multitude of effects on the American community. He concentrated on a small government, expanding democracy, and the Indian Removal Act. Jackson worked to shrink the government. He strongly opposed the National Bank. He believed that the National Bank only contributed to the wealthy people of the US, not the common people. Jackson also stingily believed in the fact that state banks are more helpful than the National Bank. By stopping the bank, he hoped to make the government smaller. This decision made the government less involved. A goal of Jackson's was to

Open Document