Why did Andrew Jackson oppose the national bank?

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Mar 25, 2017

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He defended the Jeffersonian tradition.

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Andrew Jackson opposed the national bank because he thought it was a threat to the traditional ideals with which America was endowed. Just like Jefferson he thought that the control of the money supply in a centralized entity was a danger for American society.

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