Andrew Jackson love

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  • Prof. MARSZALEK: One of the wonderful things that happened was a historian back in the 19th century named James Parton wrote a famous book on Andrew Jackson, which is not very -- well, it was opposed to what Jackson stood for.

    The Petticoat Affair: Manners, Mutiny and Sex in Andrew Jackson's White House

  • LAUER: Andrew Jackson, which is the subject you've written about, going back to my high school history and maybe middle school history, seventh President of the United States, hero in the War of 1812.

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  • LAUER: Andrew Jackson, which is the subject you've written about, going back to my high school history and maybe middle school history, seventh President of the United States, hero in the War of 1812.

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  • LAUER: Andrew Jackson, which is the subject you've written about, going back to my high school history and maybe middle school history, seventh President of the United States, hero in the War of 1812.

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  • LAUER: Andrew Jackson, which is the subject you've written about, going back to my high school history and maybe middle school history, seventh President of the United States, hero in the War of 1812.

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  • The Republican Party as we know it evolved out of the Whigs, because they felt that, you know, as a result of the Kansas-Nebraska Act and the Dred Scott decision that they hadn ` t gone far enough, so that ` s why we have the -- it ` s very difficult with this terminology, because Jefferson ` s party was the Democratic Republicans, which became the Democrats under Andrew Jackson, which is why it ` s known as the party of Jackson and Jefferson.

    Benjamin Rush: Patriot and Physician

  • It also comes at time when historical subjects such as Andrew Jackson and the Scottsboro Boys have met with varied success onstage.

    The Winter Doldrums Get a Little Warmer

  • in his 43rd season at Campus Magnet, formerly known as Andrew Jackson, in the Cambria Heights section of Queens.

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  • in his 43rd season at Campus Magnet, formerly known as Andrew Jackson, in the Cambria Heights section of Queens.

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  • (Monday, September 20th at 7: 00) for the cost of an 'Andrew Jackson' ($20).

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  • A fair description of the image of Jackson on the US$20 note: "...the moonshine-mad, wild-eyed lunatic who graces our sawbucks" --From the Wordnik example under moonshine-mad.

    Fold the bill in half too many times and the one eye gets scuffed and rubbed away, leaving the other eye glaring at the bearer of the bill. I call such a note a "One-eyed Jackson".

    November 2, 2011