Andrew Jackson and the course of American democracy, 1833-1845

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Harper & Row, 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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Robert V. Remini is professor emeritus of history and the humanities at the Univeristy of Illinois at Chicago. The New York Times has called him "the foremost Jacksonian scholar of our time."He is the author of many books, Including biographies of Daniel Webster and Henry Clay.

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