Bank Recharter Bill of 1832?

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The Recharter Bill of 1832 was vetoed by president Andrew Jackson. The bill was for the corporate charter renewal for the Second bank of the United States. This act ensured the president was part of the Legislative process.
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It was what it sounds like- a bill to re-charter a bank - in this case, the Second Bank of the United States. "re-charter" meant to renew the charter that allowed the bank
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Running as a National Republican, Clay wanted Jackson to lose the election of 1832, so that he (Clay) could win. By having Biddle attempt to recharter his bank while Jackson was still
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