Andrew Jackson

Andrew Jackson Available In Paperback For The First Time, These Three Volumes Represent The Definitive Biography Of Andrew Jackson Volume One Covers The Role Jackson Played In America S Territorial Expansion, Bringing To Life A Complex Character Who Has Often Been Seen Simply As A Rough Hewn Country General Volume Two Traces Jackson S Senatorial Career, His Presidential Campaigns, And His First Administration As President The Third Volume Covers Jackson S Reelection To The Presidency And The Weighty Issues With Which He Was Faced The Nullification Crisis, The Tragic Removal Of The Indians Beyond The Mississippi River, The Mounting Violence Throughout The Country Over Slavery, And The Tortuous Efforts To Win The Annexation Of Texas.

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  • Paperback
  • 504 pages
  • Andrew Jackson
  • Robert V. Remini
  • English
  • 15 July 2017
  • 0801859123

10 thoughts on “Andrew Jackson

  1. says:

    Andrew Jackson The Course of American Freedom 1822 1832 is the second of three volumes in Robert Remini s series on Andrew Jackson This volume was published in 1981 and the series was completed in 1984 Despite the significant historical scholarship and refreshing lucidity it offers, Remini s series is no longer frequently read However, in 1988 Remini published a single volume abridgment of the series which maintains a relatively vigorous following Andrew Jackson The Course of American Freedom 1822 1832 is the second of three volumes in Robert Remini s series on Andrew Jackson This volume was published in 1981 and the series was completed in 1984 Despite the significant historical scholarship and refreshing lucidity it offers, Remini s series is no longer frequently read However, in 1988 Remini published a single volume abridgment ...

  2. says:

    Volume II of Robert Remini s biography of Andrew Jackson picks up with an enfeebled and exhausted Jackson returning to Tennessee following his brief tenure as territorial governor of Florida Remini details just how ill Jackson was and how hard he had been on his body Reading about all of the physical ailments that plagued the man makes one wonder just how he continued living Truly someone of only the strongest willpower could manage to survive all of his injuries, battle wounds, and deprivati Volume II of Robert Remini s biography of Andrew Jackson picks up with an enfeebled and exhausted Jackson returning to Tennessee following his brief tenure as territorial governor of Florida Remini details just how ill Jackson was and how hard he had been on his body Reading about all of the physical ailments that plagued the man makes one wonder just how he continued living Truly someone of only the strongest willpower could manage to survive all of his injuries, battle wounds, and deprivations Regardless of what one may think about Jacks...

  3. says:

    The second volume of this Jacksonian series is as full of details and anecdotes as the first and paints a clear, and not always flattering, picture of the 7th president Two issues I have with Mr Remini s work He severely downplays the issue of slavery in relation to Jackson and the US overall, occasionally referring to enslaved individuals as servants which hides their true condition The issue of Georgia and the Supreme Court in relation to the Native American removal is dismissed with a The second volume of this Jacksonian series is as full of details and anecdotes as the first and paints a clear, and not always flattering, picture of the 7th president Two issues I have with Mr Remini s work He severely downplays the issue of slavery in relation to Jackson and the US overall, occasionally re...

  4. says:

    Book two was even better then book one God detail on first term Great pace Looking forward to book three.

  5. says:

    The Course of American Freedom builds on the excellent job Remini began with the Course of American Empire, picking up the torch and continuing to tell the story of Jackson s fascinating political career.This volume 2 of 3 focuses on Jackson s first term as U.S president 1829 1833 , looking at a complex array of issues such as the president s banking, tariff, and Indian removal policies Jackson s justifications for his treatment of large numbers of Indians that he was moving them from their The Course of American Freedom builds on the excellent job Remini began with the Course of American Empire, picking up the torch and continuing to tell the story of Jackson s fascinating political career.This volume 2 of 3 focuses on Jackson s first term as U.S president 1829 1833 , looking...

  6. says:

    Andrew Jackson is certainly one of theinteresting presidents, though I cannot forgive him for his treatment of the Indians This book, part of a three volume biography, covers his 1824 loss to John Quincy Adams, his election in 1828, and his first term in office.Given the toxic nature of today s politics, I m always struck by the fact that it was just as bad back in the day One passage I highlighted Although Jackson suffered the worst of the personal abuse that so disfigured this vicious Andrew Jackson is certainly one of theinteresting presidents, though I cannot forgive him for his treatment of the Indians This book, part of a three volume biography, covers his 1824 loss to John Quincy Adams, his election in 1828, and his first term in office....

  7. says:

    The second volume of Robert Remini s Jackson trilogy hits the ground running through a tangled mass of political rancor and acrimonious debate Remini s short and punchy introduction is the clearest and most incisive part of his sprawling book the scene he sets is a refrain of the theme he has highlighted many times throughout this multivolume biography, namely Jackson was a populist, a democrat and intensely devoted to the ideals of republicanism Liberty was his guiding principle, democracy The second volume of Robert Remini s Jackson trilogy hits the ground running through a tangled mass of political rancor and acrimonious debate Remini s short and punchy introduction is the clearest and most incisive part of his sprawling book the scene he sets is a refrain of the theme he has highlighted many times throughout this multivolume biography, namely Jackson was a populist, a democrat and intensely devoted to the ideals of republicanism Liberty was his guiding principle, democracy his ethos These are broad, relatively uncontroversial positions to hold, in that they are a matter of historical record Remini makes generous use of that record, both in Jackson s words and his contemporaries What Remini does not show effectively is the opposition to Jackson s worldview A good amount of paper is spent detailing the several philosophical battles, but these all seem to be wag...

  8. says:

    Another reviewer here said we needleaders like Jackson today It could be argued that we just had one Jackson pretty much did as he pleased, what ever he thought was right, labeling those who opposed him as enemies of the people He greatly expanded the scope now accepted as being w...

  9. says:

    Very Topical Well written and not overwhelming Captures complexity of character without being fawning or hypercritical from modern perspective.

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