What Motive For Jackson Was The National Bank

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The conceptual appeal of the Jeffersonian heritage is important in understanding the Jacksonians. Jackson and his followers “Jacksonians” were suspicious of the new industrial society developing around them and wanted instead for the restoration of the agrarian, republican virtues of earlier times. In destroying the bank of the United States, minimizing federal economic activities, and highlighting state's rights, they made efforts to rebuild a simpler, more decentralized world. Oddly enough, their actions added to the expansion of unregulated capitalism.
As mentioned that the ultimate motive for Jackson was the National Bank. Jackson believed that the bank was evil like a “monster” for several reasons. Some of those reasons being that the

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