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He hated anything that he believed set the little man at a disadvantage. So he did not like big companies, shady congressional spending, etc. However above all else, President Jackson truly hated the National Bank. He vehemently objected to its existence and was suspicious of the influence it had over the nation's economy.

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Andrew Jackson desired that the government of the US be more open to the people. He reduced political cronyism and nepotism and appointed those who were actually qualified for the position.

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