IN DEFENSE OF ANDREW JACKSON
In this concise yet fully rounded portrait of Jackson the man, the soldier, the politician, the embodiment of an ambitious, optimistic era of American expansion, the author makes the case that Jackson was the American frontier republican, passionately devoted to individual liberty, Christian morality, and the preservation of the Union.
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