8 edition of Andrew Jackson: his contribution to the American tradition. found in the catalog.
Andrew Jackson: his contribution to the American tradition.
Harold Coffin Syrett
|Series||Makers of the American tradition series|
|LC Classifications||E382 .S97|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||298|
|LC Control Number||53008875|
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Andrew Jackson's contribution to the development of political parties was the. American parties, due to federalism and a tradition of individualism, remain loose associations of local, state, and national organizations. European parties tend to divide along class lines, while America's two-party system requires each party to accommodate a. The election of Andrew Jackson was heralded as a new page in the history of the Republic. The first military leader elected President since George Washington, he was much admired by the electorate, who came to Washington to celebrate "Old Hickory's" inauguration. Outgoing President Adams did not join in the ceremony, which was held for the.
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The Andrew Jackson Papers at the Library of Congress contain more t items dating from to Included are memoranda, journals, speeches, military records, land deeds, and miscellaneous printed matter, as well as correspondence reflecting Jackson’s personal life and career as a politician, military officer, president, slave holder and property owner.
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His father, who died shortly before Andrew's birth, had come with his. The American Political Tradition Book Review Richard Hofstadter () received his PhD in History from Columbia University in Soon after, he decided to pursue a writing career and study the history of politics.
In his seventh published book, Hofstadter wrote his most acclaimed piece, The American Political Tradition ().4/5. Andrew Jackson left a permanent imprint upon American politics and the presidency.
Within eight years, he melded the amorphous coalition of personal followers who had elected him into the country's most durable and successful political party, an electoral machine whose organization and discipline would serve as a model for all others.Glorious victory: Andrew Jackson and the Battle of New Orleans / "Whether or not the United States 'won' the war oftwo engagements that occurred toward the end of the conflict had an enormous influence on the development of American identity: the successful defenses of the cities of .Available in the National Library of Australia collection.
Author: Jackson, Andrew, ; Format: Book; p. 24 cm.