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Andrew Jackson as a Public Man: What He Was, What Chances He Had, and What He Did with Them William Graham Sumner

Andrew Jackson as a Public Man: What He Was, What Chances He Had, and What He Did with Them

William Graham Sumner

Published June 1st 2005
ISBN : 9781410224330
Paperback
412 pages
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First published in 1882, this remains a central biographical study of Jackson and the foundation on which his subsequent biographers built. The core of the book is a detailed study of the public questions of Jackson administrations, theirMoreFirst published in 1882, this remains a central biographical study of Jackson and the foundation on which his subsequent biographers built. The core of the book is a detailed study of the public questions of Jackson administrations, their background, and the way in which they were handled.