THE RISE OF ANDREW JACKSON: Myth, Manipulation, and the Making of Modern Politics
Chronicles the making of America's first anti-establishment candidate. The authors take the reader from political rallies on the western frontier, to the backrooms of hotels and meeting halls, and they reveal the crucial roles played by Jackson's associates, including John Overton, his oldest friend, and a young Martin Van Buren.
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