To What Extent Was Andrew Jackson A Bad President

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I think that Andrew Jackson was a bad president. He was bad because he was disrespectful to the native americans.
Andrew Jackson declared federal tariffs of 1828 and 1832 were unconstitutional. The nation suffered a economic downturn through the 20’s. Politicians blamed the change in fortunes on the national tariff policy. I think this was Andrew Jackson's fault because he was president. This was called the nullification crisis. Andrew Jackson signed the indian removal act and was put into law on May 28th 1830. Authorizing the president to grant unsettled lands west of the mississippi in exchange for lands west of the mississippi, in exchange land within state borders. During the winter of 1838 the cherokees were forced to move west by the United States government. Four thousand cherokees died on this walk, which is known as the “Trail of Tears”. This is why Andrew Jackson was a bad president, because of the cruel indian removal act.
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Andrew Jackson expanded the powers of the executive branch through arguing on several ideological and apposed the bank as an institution. Andrew Jackson was the first president to use the veto power. He indirectly expanded the powers of the executive branch in being a major influence on public policy with legislation. Making the branch a more powerful check in the system of checks and balances within the United States government. This is why Andrew Jackson is a bad president, he made the executive branch have too much power. Andrew Jackson was a bad president because of the reasons I explained in this essay. He did many things that were disrespectful to other cultures, he made the executive branch have too much power, he made the Native Americans walk the trail of tears and many died on the
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