Which of the following is true of the "Bank War" over the Second Bank of the United States? After Jackson destroyed the Bank of the United States, a. the economy finally flourished and expanded. b....

Which of the following is true of the "Bank War" over the Second Bank of the United States?

After Jackson destroyed the Bank of the United States,

a. the economy finally flourished and expanded.

b. was repaired and the state banking system created a new level of prosperity.

c. quickly collapsed into depression.

d. went through all of the above.

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Of the choices given here, C is the best choice.  There is no way of being sure that Jackson’s destruction of the Second Bank of the United States caused the Panic of 1837.  However, it seems clear that destroying the bank did hurt the economy.

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