Why does the cartoon from the bank war in 1832 portray President Jackson as a king
A. Many people felt he was motivated by his own wealth
B. Some felt he had used his power inappropriately in the vetoing legislation to re-charter the bank***
C. Something out there remain questions about the legitimacy of the election that put him into office
D. Many people believed that his anti-Bianca’s stance was to serve the interests of artistocrats
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