Segment 2: First Failed Jackson Investigation and The Veto
August 11, 2012 • 12:00AM

First Jackson Administration run investigation of the Bank is reviewed in detail, demonstrating the nature of the calumny of the administration; minority report wins over the Congress, and the Jackson chairman of the committee later cuts the head off his own majority report two years later. The character of the Jackson's July Veto of the re-charter bill including the explicit attack on the Supreme Court, and the precedent with the rejection of the Judicial branch in the Case, Georgia vs. Cherokee nation. Spring to Summer 1832.