Andrew Jackson's Presidency

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What were the effects of the closing of the Second Bank of United States?

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The closing of the Second Bank of the United States caused a major "bubble" in the market for land in the US.  It also helped to cause a major problem with inflation.

As Jackson was killing the bank, he moved federal money into the "pet banks."  As this happened these banks and others started printing more and more money of...

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