Andrew Jackson and the Course of American Democracy: 1833-1845

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Harper & Row Limited, 1984 - Biography & Autobiography - 638 pages
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The concluding volume of this three-volume biography covers Jackson's triumphant reelection, the war against the Bank of the United States, removal of the Indians beyond the Mississippi, and the annexation of Texas

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Contents

Jacksonian America
1
Nullification Means Insurrection and War
8
The Union Preserved
24
Copyright

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Robert V. Remini, professor emeritus of history & the humanities at the University of Illinois at Chicago, won the National Book Award for his three-volume biography of Andrew Jackson. He is the author of numerous books on American history, including "The Battle of New Orleans" & biographies of Henry Clay & Daniel Webster.

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