The Age of Jackson, Issue 9
Arthur Schlesinger, Jr. won the Pulitzer Prize for The Age of Jackson. It is a triumph of historical scholarship, analysis, and interpretation and throws much new light on a host of Americans, well-known and less well-known, who come to life in remarkable portraits that are both brilliant and sensitive. We learn a good deal that is new about the Jacksonian era, its relation to the Jeffersonian age it succeeded and to the periods that have followed.
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Review: The Age of JacksonUser Review - Phillip - Goodreads
Not much about Jackson but lucid description of Jacksonian Democracy and the contradictions implicit in the American system: Economic freedom vs economic equality. Read full review
Review: The Age of JacksonUser Review - Kay - Goodreads
This in-depth treatment of the age of Jackson (not in particular his biography so it extends well beyond his presidency) showed me that in many ways things were not so different then as now. Back then ... Read full review