Andrew Jackson From A Biddle P

Andrew Jackson: Should he be elected for a third term?
Andrew Jackson has been a nuisance to me ever since his first term in office. Throughout the years, his administration has proved to be against everything that I have worked so hard to achieve. In the issue of the bank, he has abused his Executive power, given to him by the Federal Constitution. There are many instances of when Andrew Jackson has abused his executive power through his previous terms. In his first inaugural address, he proclaims, “In administering the laws of Congress I shall keep steadily in view the limitations as well as the extent of the Executive power trusting thereby to discharge the functions of my office ...

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power had only been used nine times, and only when questioning the constitutionality of something. Andrew Jackson was scared of the bank. He had told me before that ever since he had heard about the South Sea Bubble (18th century British economic crash driven by speculation and uncontrolled banking), he had been afraid of the bank. He argued that the bank was a danger to our national independence, which it certainly was not, because it had financial support from foreign investors. It just shows he has a poor foreign policy, not trusting foreign nations because they are dangerous to the United States’ independence. He had vetoed the chartering of the Second Bank of the United States because of his disapproval of the bank and it’s potential danger to the United States economy. The vote for the re-charter had been favorable for me because most of the votes were for the re-chartering. I had the popular vote, but because of Andrew Jackson’s political power and disapproval, he ...

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