AP US History
posted by Morgan .
What was Jefferson's and Jackson's stance on the Warren Brdge v. Charles River Bridge case?

Jefferson died seven years or so before the case was decided. I am not certain he was consulted.
Jackson was a democrat, and he viewed the decision as a victory for the public.
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