What did Andrew Jackson have to do with the case of McCulloch v. Maryland?!?
Can someone tell me what is the signifance of president andrew jackson being involved with the McCulloch v. Maryland case
- Sue StrakaLv 51 decade agoFavorite Answer
Andrew Jackson successfully nominated Roger B. Taney, as Supreme Court Justice who opposed the establishment of the second Bank of the United State. Taney is more famous for writing the Dredd Scott decision later on which upheld slavery in the South.Source(s): Answers.com
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Jackson was against a Federal bank and was for the questioning of the Constitutionality of such a bank before the Supreme court. He wanted it proved once and for all that the bank should not exist.
- MarjorieLv 44 years ago
Nope. Nobody. The facts of his Presidency have been lost to history.