Andrew Jackson

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7th president of the US

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One of those periods was the 1820s and 1830s, as described by Carl Lane in A Nation Wholly Free: The Elimination of the National Debt in the Age of Jackson.
In the latest volume of his study of American power, The Age of Jackson and the Art of Power, William Nester argues that Jackson "dominated his age for many reasons but ultimately because he had mastered the art of power.
Historian James Loewen, author of Lies My Teacher Told Me, says that Schlesinger in his 1945 book The Age of Jackson, should have taken Andrew Jackson to task for his policy of Indian Removal--but it wasn't even mentioned.
s The Age of Jackson (1945), its Pulitzer Prize notwithstanding, spoke much more to Schlesinger's own era, his adoration of New Deal policies and zeal for populist democracy, than to Jackson's political means or ends.
McCormick, The Party Period and Public Policy: American Politics from the Age of Jackson to the Progressive Era (New York, 1986), 24-25; John C.
Before Schlesinger's return from Europe, his publisher released his second book, The Age of Jackson.
As Tocqueville's discourse remains a discerning portrait of America during the Age of Jackson, the OECD's report may become an enduring portrait of employment policy during the Age of Clinton.
Arthur Schlesinger won a Pulitzer prize for The Age of Jackson as long ago as 1946, and another, twenty years later, for his A Thousand Days: John F.
Not only are there few women or people of color in view here, there are very few politicians in this study of the Age of Jackson, there are almost no slaveholders, and scarcely any preachers besides Unitarians.