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originally posted by: Sremmos80
a reply to: GENERAL EYES
They have made all kinds of 'collectable' dollar coins. Those are nothing more then scams imo and would hate to see more of our historical figures likenesses used for it.
Jackson, known as obstinate and brutish but a man of the common people, called for an investigation into the bank’s policies and political agenda as soon as he settled in to the White House in March 1829. To Jackson, the bank symbolized how a privileged class of businessmen oppressed the will of the common people of America. He made clear that he planned to challenge the constitutionality of the bank, much to the horror of its supporters. In response, the director of the bank, Nicholas Biddle, flexed his own political power, turning to members of Congress, including the powerful Kentucky Senator Henry Clay and leading businessmen sympathetic to the bank, to fight Jackson.
originally posted by: Krazysh0t
a reply to: FamCore
$20 bill is the most used bill in circulation, probably around the world. It is also part of a central banking currency that is governed by bankers MORE corrupt than the ones he battled in the 1820's.