Andrew Jackson's Presidency

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In terms of Hamiltonian vs Jeffersonian principles, Jackson was a. primarily Jeffersonian regarding Nullification and Hamiltonian regarding the Bank b. Hamiltonian regarding Nullification and Jeffersonian regarding the Bank. c. always Jeffersonian. d. always Hamiltonian.

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The best answer here is B.

Alexander Hamilton was a Federalist.  This meant that he wanted a strong national government instead of a system in which states had a great deal of power.  On the issue of...

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