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resulted in a great loss of Native American life, inadequate supplies and removal by force. Next I will talk about his trouble with the bank. Jackson realized the significance of this role in the U.S. economy, but he didn’t trust banks and he believed they held too much power and could ruin the U.S. economy at any time. He saw the bank as a threat. He stated that “The bank is trying to kill me, but I will kill it! (“Presidency”). Opponents of Jackson used this opportunity, with his issue of the bank, to attack Jackson. Jackson’s time is up and it is time for him to try to win the election. His opponent is Henry Clay. Clay argues that the bank is a vital role in the economy and that the true threat came from Jackson. Then, Jackson and Clay put the issue of who or what was
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Johnson 5 the greater danger. Overwhelmingly, the people re-elected Jackson. Jackson then prepared to finish his fight with the bank in his second term. He wanted to destroy the powerful bank and replace it with a decentralized government banking system. In April 1834, finally, the House approved Jackson’s actions against the bank. Jackson’s focus as president was to carry out the “people’s will.” With the nation free of debt and the French crisis behind him, he settled for his last year of presidency. When Jackson left office in March 1837, he forever changed the course of American History. Andrew Jackson has done a lot for the United State. He has had some ups and downs throughout his life. I talked about his early life, his time as a major general, Jackson winning the election, and his time during presidency. He has done a lot for the country he has done some controversial stuff, but he was a great leader. Lots of people during that time period loved him for all the things he did for the country and this helped him win the presidency. Overall, he was one out of 45 of our presidents, and he is one to never forget. Works Cited “Andrew Jackson.” Wikipedia The Free Encyclopedia , 3 December 2019, . Accessed 8 December 2019.
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Johnson 6 “Jackson, Andrew,” First Inaugural Address , 4 March 1829. “Jackson, Andrew,” On Indian Removal, 1830. “Presidency.” The Hermitage , Landslide Creative, . Accessed 8 December 2019. “War Hero.” The Hermitage , Landslide Creative, . Accessed 8 December 2019.
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