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Despite the Bank's charter not running out until 1836, how did Jackson undermine the Bank and weaken its political power?
Forcing the resignation of Bank President Nicholas Biddle.
Withdrawing federal funds from the Bank and putting them in many state banks.
Repeatedly publicly criticizing the Bank and warning that the Bank's leadership was trying to deliberately crash the US economy to discredit Jackson.
Create a Federal Reserve Board in charge of national banking.
Pushing a bill to dissolve the charter early, claiming popular mandate for this policy.