nykoreyan
  • nykoreyan
Why did Andrew Jackson oppose the national bank? A.He felt it fostered the agricultural economy. B.He felt it undermined the rights of states. C.He felt it had limited value. D.He felt it controlled the states.
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dmcdowell
  • dmcdowell
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dmcdowell
  • dmcdowell
i think its D bub
Hope210
  • Hope210
it is D

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nykoreyan
  • nykoreyan
ok
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  • nykoreyan
that was wrong tho

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