By: Faith Jackson Andrew Jackson In the case McCulloch v. Maryland, McCulloch believed that it was a Implied power to have a national banks which allowed many different States the power to use one bank. on the other hand Maryland thought That every state should have their own bank so they did not have to Fight for business or that the national bank should be charged an interest Of 15,000 dollars. This was an attack to try to destroy the bank. The court Ruled in favor of McCulloch. In the case Gibbons v. Ogden , The Gibbons thought that the government Had a right to interstate trade. The Ogden’s thought that it was not a States right to have interstate trade and thought that it was not part of the Federal commerce clause to have interstate trade. They took it to the court And they ruled in the gibbons favor that they were able to have interstate Trade. I was called kind Andrew by the National Republicans. I was called this Because I have vetoed so many than all the other presidents combined. They believed I was the protector of the people’s rights as my term of President. In 1832 I required payment of gold or silver for public land instead of Paper money. This cause people to panic and run to the banks and Trade their money for gold and silver coins. This rush for money was know As the panic of 1837. A lot of people blamed me because of this. This is a picture of where the of where Cases were fought. . I should have been president in 1824. Because I had the popular vote But there was no Electoral College to decide how they did in 1828 when I won. There was only the house of Representatives who was lead by Henry Clay who was the leader. Adams went and persuaded Clay to Vot for him witch lead me to believe that he won by corrupt bargain. This is an example of one of the gold coins Andrew Jackson Made so people did not use money.