An ambiguous, controversial concept, Jacksonian Democracy in the strictest sense refers simply to the ascendancy of Andrew Jackson and the Democratic party after 1828. More loosely, it alludes to the entire range of democratic reforms that proceeded alongside the Jacksonians’ triumph—from expanding the suffrage to restructuring federal institutions. From another angle, however, Jacksonianism appears as a political impulse tied to slavery, the subjugation of Native Americans, and the celebration of white supremacy—so much so that some scholars have dismissed the phrase “Jacksonian Democracy” as a contradiction in terms.
Andrew Jackson disables a bank that made the rich richer. This soon brought the people together. Eventually causing suffrage,enabling the Manifest Destiny and strict construction, and giving government jobs to a person's political supporters. Andrew Jackson gave government jobs to his supporters, which were often common people. This helped break the hold the upper class had on government jobs.