Andrew Jackson

(Doc. 9.2) Jackson was weary of the idea that a group who did not posses America's interests at heart could have such a large amount of control over the nation's economy. Document 9.2 also describes Jackson's fear that America could be in grave danger if the county was forced into a war with the foreign powers that controlled its bank. (Doc. 9.2) The idea of excluding foreign influence in a country is a purely nationalistic goal that Jackson strived to achieve by eliminating the bank. Finally, Jackson's opposition to the bank strengthened American nationalism by promoting the concept that government should be focused on the normal American citizen, thereb



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