Which answer best describes Andrew Jackson's view of a national bank? (5 points)
a. Jackson felt that the national bank should be more tightly regulated by the government.
b. Jackson felt that the national bank was well within the rights of the Federal government to create.
c. Jackson felt that the national bank was unconstitutional because it infringed on the rights of the states.
d. Jackson felt that the national bank was unconstitutional because the Constitution did not mention banks.
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I think the answer to this question was C, mainly because Jackson was for fighting for people's rights, he rarely cooperated with congress. Many congress men dubbed him, "King Andrew"