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Andrew Jackson; a profile. Edited by Charles Sellers.


[1st ed.].. New York, Hill and Wang [1971] .
ISBN 0809060515, 9780809060511

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Subjects Jackson, Andrew, 1767-1845
Jackson, Andrew, 1767-1845.
Series American profiles.
Description xxi, 231 pages 21 cm.
Copyright Date [1971]
Contents Brief biography of Andrew Jackson. -- The general, by G. Dangerfield. -- A dishonest and insidious intriguer, by R.R. Stenberg. -- Tennessee nabob, by T.P. Abernethy. -- Boom for president, by C. Sellers. -- Winning the presidency, by R.V. Remini. -- A remarkable man, by J.S. Bassett. -- An impressive mandate and the meaning of Jacksonianism, by A.M. Schlesinger, Jr. -- The assault on the Federal Bank, by B. Hammond. -- Jacksonian democracy as the rise of liberal capitalism, by R. Hofstadter. -- The Jacksonian persuation, by M. Meyers. -- Andrew Jackson, symbol for an age, by J.W. Ward. -- Bibliographical note (pages 225-227) -- Contributors.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)150307
(OCoLC)ocm00150307
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WorldCat Identities Sellers, Charles, 1923-
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