Andrew Jackson? Zero
Andrew Jackson a Zero for a president By: Kyla Woodruff
3 Reasons to Show Why I Think Andrew Jackson is a Zero
2. The Nullification Crisis- Three major tariffs were passed during Jackson's Presidency that caused chaos. These tariffs were the Tariff of 1828, the Tariff of 1832, and the Tariff of Abomination. The South grew angry about these tariffs because they had very little manufacturing, so they still relied on the imported goods to live. The South threatened to secede from the Union, because they nullified the tariffs. Henry Clay saw the problem from both sides and came up with the Compromise of 1832, forcing South Carolina and the rest of the southern states to pay the taxes.
3. National Bank- Andrew Jackson did not like that national bank, because he liked the idea of a strong state government. Eventually some people started to agree with Jackson. After Jackson was elected for his second term, he vetoed the National Bank, getting rid of it forever.
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Evverything done wrong in Jackson's Presidency.