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The Revolutionary Age of Andrew Jackson. It was a raucous time of duels with words and swords, the fifty-year period between the War of and the Civil War called the Age of Jackson. It was, in its own special way, a time of revolution/5. The Revolutionary Age of Andrew Jackson Revised Edition by Robert V.
Remini (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratingsCited by: 9. The revolutionary age of Andrew Jackson Hardcover – January 1, by Robert Vincent Remini (Author)/5(2). Revolutionary age of Andrew Jackson.
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Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number. The Revolutionary Age of Andrew Jackson proves to be an interesting book. Richard Norton Smith, while commenting on one of Remini’s works, praises him for having research that is “impeccable, his storytelling on a par with his outsized subject.
And what a story he has to tell. The Life of Andrew Jackson by Robert Remini is the single-volume abridgment of the authors classic three-volume series on Andrew Jackson which was published between and /5.
This work is a short biography from the author of the extensive three volume biography of Andrew Jackson that won the National Book Award. I actually thought I was reading the one-volume abridgment of that set, until I found The Life of Andrew Jackson listed in an author search/5.
Authors often reveal the age of a particular soldier, politician or other main character in books about the Revolution, but I routinely find myself wondering about their peers at the same time. As it turns out, many Founding Fathers were less than 40 years old in with several qualifying as Founding Teenagers and : Todd Andrlik.
Although Andrew Jackson would not be elected president untilthe Jacksonian age can be said to have begun on January 8,when troops under Jackson’s command successfully repelled a much larger British force at the Battle of New Orleans, sealing the War of treaty that had been signed a month before in Ghent, Belgium.
The Revolutionary Age of Andrew Jackson View larger image. By This is about the changes that took place during the fifty years between the War of and the Civil War called the Age of Jackson in America that witnessed the threat from slavery resulting in power struggle between the President and the Congress.
Book Details Book Pages: The Life of Andrew Jackson Paperback – Novem by Robert V. Remini (Author) out of 5 stars ratings/5(). Anyone who read through Boardman's America and the Jacksonian Era (KR, p. 79, J) without grasping just what was at issue in the Bank War or forming any firm opinions about the nature of Jacksonian democracy will appreciate this excellent, highly concentrated essay.
Remini, a specialist who has written five books about the era, uses Jackson's personal confrontationswith his Vice. Andrew Jackson (Ma – June 8, ) was an American soldier and statesman who served as the seventh president of the United States from to Before being elected to the presidency, Jackson gained fame as a general in the United States Army Appointed by: James Monroe.
The Revolutionary Age of Andrew Jackson proves to be an interesting d Norton Smith, while commenting on one of Remini’s works, praises him for having research that is “impeccable, his storytelling on a par with his outsized subject.
And what a story he has to tell. Andrew Jackson, the seventh President of the United States, is perhaps more relevant today than most of the other Presidents of the early nineteenth century.
In the wake of the contested election of and amid growing complaints of the "dirtiness" of politics, we might do well to look back to. The Revolutionary Age of Andrew Jackson by Robert V. Remini avg rating — 14 ratings — published — 5 editions.
President Andrew Jackson joined the military to fight in the Revolutionary War at age Did You Know. President Andrew Jackson was the first president to ride on a train in Born:. There is, of course, the masterful three-volume biography by Remini, which is and will remain for some time the major biography of Jackson, as well as the classic single volume by Arthur Schlesinger THE AGE OF JACKSON, a very great book even though Jackson emerges as more or less a proto s New Dealer.The dominant theme of Jackson's presidency, Cole argues, was his inconsistent and unsuccessful battle to resist market revolution.
“Andrew Jackson, as the seventh president of the United States, from tohas long been considered one of the best half dozen or so of all American presidents.Inthe same year as Jackson's mother died, General Cornwallis surrendered the British forces at Yorktown, effectively ending the Revolution.
As peace began and the well-to-do families of Charleston waited for the British withdrawal in Waxhaw, Jackson began to take up a rather colorful lifestyle.