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Jackson saw the Second Bank of the United States as _________. A. an institution of great importance B. a corrupting monster C. an irritating pest D. the economic rock of the nation
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User: Jackson saw the Second Bank of the United States as _________. A. an institution of great importance B. a corrupting monster C. an irritating pest D. the economic rock of the nation

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