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Why was Jackson's use of veto call negative activism?
Yes, it was. By vetoing the renewal of the charter of the Bank of the United States, Jackson essentially used the power of the veto to carry out what he personally… thought was best for the nation. He declared a national bank, something both Congress and the Supreme Court found constitutional, unconstitutional, thereby affirming the arbitrary veto power of the executive branch.
An affirmative vote is a "aye" and a negative vote is a "nay".
A veto is used when the President rejects a bill.
Yes, it was, because he did not veto the Bank, he vetoed legislation that would have continued the bank's charter in order to keep it in business. The Constitution gives… the President the right to veto proposed legislation without conditions or restrictions, therefore, any veto is constitutional by definition. Congress has the power to create the bank, but it created it with a charter that was due to expire in 1836. New legislation was needed to keep the bank in existence. President Jackson vetoed that legislation properly.
it was unconstitutional
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his favourite activity is spending time with his kids and singing to his family.
Alienation of the public was the result of Andrew Jackson's frequent use of the veto. It also cost his party's next candidate to lose the next presidential election.
His name has always been Michael Jackson, it was never changed.
One of his very favourite activities was climbing trees
In the book the Titan's Curse what are the coins called that are used to call Percy Jackson's mother?
They are called carrier proteins.
Im not really 100% sure but I think it was the confederency