QUESTION: In 2016, the U.S. Department of the Treasury announced new designs for several dollar notes. There was, and is, debate about the appropriateness of Andrew Jackson’s image on the twenty-dollar bill. Some people argue that Jackson should remain on the twenty because of his military and political achievements, and other people think his image should be removed for a number of reasons, including his racist views and his actions as a military commander and later as president. Based on the assigned readings and particularly on Glorious Victory, should Jackson’s image remain front and center on the twenty-dollar bill or should his portrait be removed from the currency? Why?
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*You need to do some researches and understand the content about the book, Glorious Victory.
*1000 words minimum
*required to write including at least three citations:
- Jackson’s General Order May 24, 1814
- Indian Removal Act (starts near the end of the page) (May 28, 1830)
- Jackson’s Message to Congress “On Indian Removal” (December 6, 1830)
- US Supreme Court Decision in Worcester v. Georgia (1832)
- Jackson’s Veto Message on the Bank Bill (July 10, 1832)
- John Ross’ Letter Protesting the Removal of the Cherokee (1836)
- A Soldier Recalls the Trail of Tears (1890)
*Essay organizations: 1. introduction(with a thesis statement). 2. body paragraphs 3. conclusions.