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

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Andrew Jackson The Course of American Freedom 1822 1832 Andrew JacksonAvailable 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 of Part of why I enjoy the Remini trilogy is that in this book you get such an old school perspective on Jackson  In this day and age his policy on Indian Removal is seen as the climactic legacy ruining move that it deserves but why did people view him as a hero in prior eras right up until the 70's?  Why was Jackson seen as such a strong executive and excellent president for so long?  Should we really throw out the baby with the bathwater?This book begins to answer those sorts of things  Remini poses Jackson as a reformer which if the analysis of Monroe is to be believed seems pretty legit  Clay's treachery in the election of 1824 is front and center and Jackson seems the only answer to his puffing  In response to an aristocratic single party machine that was unstoppable Jackson placed the course of American politics into the hands of the voters and helped expand the definition of 'voter' to white men who didn't own landI run the risk of getting into a political argument if I even start trying to explain Remini's view on the Trail of Tears or the Bank War so I'm not going to try  Just suffice it to say that if any historian has a raging boner for Jackson it's this guy