Andrew Jackson acted more like a king then he did as a president. First, Jackson spoils the system. Jackson wouldn't do what was really needed for the United States and acted as if he was a king. Next, He did what he wanted without approval. Jackson never asked of any concern onto if what he was doing was good for the United States. Then, Jackson caused war against banks. Jackson took out all the money from the bank and eventually everyone ran out of money. Finally, these were only some of the things that Andrew Jackson did that made Jackson look like a president.
Andrew did many things that was not in his power. First, Andrew Jackson did unauthorized military campaign when it came to the Indian Removal Act. Which then, John C.…show more content… First, anyone who thinks otherwise on the opinion "Jackson looked like a king" would say he was the "champion of the common man." People could say that he acted nothing like a king for various reasons. Next, they would argue this with someone who think Jackson acted like a king because they feel that they are right and the other person is wrong. Then, they would try to prove their thesis right. But then, they would go on and on arguing on what Jackson was. Finally, these are some things that people would argue against.
These are some things Jackson did that made him look like a king. First, Andrew Jackson acted more like a king. The first thing that Jackson had done that made him look like a king was spoil the system. Jackson did what he wanted without approval. Next, Jackson did what he wanted without approval. Jackson never asked if anything he was doing was right for the country or anything. Then, Jackson did war against banks. Jackson had hired 5 people to recharter the funds out of the bank and the fifth person did. However, Jackson wanted everything, currency wise, in gold and silver. Finally, these were things that Jackson had done that had made him look more like a