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Should America honor Adrew Jackson on the twenty dollar bill
Transcript of Should America honor Adrew Jackson on the twenty dollar bill
His main priority was to remove the Cherokee.
He was responsible for the deaths of 4000 Cherokee.
Andrew Jackson was dishonest because he was pretending to persuade/help them into leaving their land. Jackson said, "No one can have a more friendly feeling than myself." Jackson was just trying to get the Cherokee's trust so they would believe him that the land in the west was perfect for them.
Jackson had to go through the Indian removal bill in order to move the farmers in the land. In the video it said "Jackson asked congress to pass the Indian removal act. When the supreme court ruled that it was unconstitutional, Jackson disobeyed the courts order." This shows that Jackson didn't care what he had to do in order to obtain the land so he can sell it to the farmers.
America should not honor Andrew Jackson on the twenty dollar bill because he was dishonest, his main priority was the removal of Native Americans, and he was responsible for the deaths of 4000 Cherokee.
Jackson was responsible for the deaths of 4000 Cherokee because while the Cherokee walked "The Trail Of Tears" there was snowstorms and people were barefooted and no blankets. Children and adults died from Pneumonia.
The Cherokee had to sleep on wagons and on the ground without fire. If Jackson had helped them out with this things that they were missing, he wouldn;t be responsible for this deaths.
By: Cecilia Flores & Viviana Turincio
Should America honor Adrew Jackson on the twenty dollar bill?