HIS 115 Week 6 CheckPoint - Bank War

HIS 115 Week 6 CheckPoint - Bank War - Week Six, CheckPoint...

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The Bank War Due Date: Day 5, Assignments Link Points Possible: 20 Points Earned: XX 1) Complete the True or False statements below. ***Type your answers underneath the statements. 2) Submit your completed CheckPoint as an attachment at the Assignments Link. 1. In the 1820’s, most Americans favored a national bank. 2. Nicholas Biddle supported a national bank because he knew it would enhance his own personal wealth. 3. The Second National Bank was supported by both the business community and workers. 4. President Andrew Jackson had a deep distrust of banks and paper money. 5. President Jackson reluctantly agreed to the Second Bank’s charter renewal in 1832. 6. Under President Jackson, Roger Taney, Secretary of the Treasury, withdrew government funds from the national bank. 7. President Jackson did not believe that he should directly represent the American people’s wishes. 8.
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