Is it worth it to call him a hero? he's a definite zero
Indian Removal Act
Killing The national bank
In 1832, Andrew Jackson took a plan of action to take away the Second Bank of the United States. Jackson believed the bank was unconstitutional, too powerful, exposed the nation’s finances to foreign interests, and favored northeastern states. Jackson believed it was a disaster waiting to happen, and set out to shut it down. Was shutting the bank down the right idea? I think not , Andrew Jackson just hated the the second bank , and i think that he felt like the bank was going to end up more powerful than him. Imagine that you had money in that bank , and it just closes , how would you get all your money , i just wasn't right on Jackson's part.