jackson opposed the bank of the united states because he felt it
a. favored the wealthy
b. charged high interest rates for loans
c. discriminated against southerners
d. weakened the economy
i think its either a or b but i honestly dont know
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a or b
Jackson felt that the national bank was a threat to the American economy and to the American people. Between 1832 and 1833, Jackson used his presidential veto to dismantle the Second Bank of the United States by vetoing its congressional recharter. During 1833, he took further action against the national bank system by removing federal funds from the Second Bank of the United States and relocating the capital into loyal state banks throughout the nation.