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Andrew Jackson was the seventh president of the United States. His two full terms ran from 1829 until 1837. A veteran of the Revolutionary War and the War of 1812, Andrew Jackson was popularly known as "Old Hickory" for his rugged and stubborn ways. He gained national fame when he ran the British out of New Orleans in 1815, and he governed the Florida territory from 1821-23. Elected to the U.S. Senate by the Tennessee legislature in 1823, he was sent to Washington as a presidential contender on More »
Born: March 15, 1767 (Waxhaw, South Carolina)

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The Henry Jackson Society is a neo-conservative British foreign policy think tank. It has been described as right-wing, but positions itself as cross-partisan, with support from some left-leaning politicians. The former think tank Centre for Social Cohesion has been a part of HJS since 2011. It is named after the American ...

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Andrew Jackson. Mythologized figures are created to meet the needs of society at specific moments in history. Andrew Jackson is undeniably such a myth-figure. The advent of political image making is often traced to the Jacksonian party. The " Age of Jackson" is represented by one man in his time like no other period of ...

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Henry Jackson Society. and. Dr. Andrew Foxall. There are some politicians in Europe who still believe that the West should engage with Russia. They argue that Russia's interests can be accommodated; that the greater danger is of over- reacting to Russia's behaviour, not appeasing it; and that the ... November 9, 2017.

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The Henry Jackson Society is a think tank and policy-shaping force that fights for the principles and alliances which keep societies free...

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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 ...

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The latest Tweets from Henry Jackson Society (@HJS_Org). Tweets from The Henry Jackson Society. Defending human rights, democracy and a robust foreign and defence policy. Find us on Facebook: http://t.co/h0kW0vIbzV. Worldwide.

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Though Jackson also fought hard to restore a nation of “We the People” and give voice to all those he represented as President, this expansion of democracy did not include everyone. Slavery remained a pervasive part of American society as did the continuing displacement of Native Americans. Opportunities for women ...

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Born in poverty, Andrew Jackson (1767-1845) had become a wealthy Tennessee lawyer and rising young politician by 1812, when war broke out between the United States and Britain. His leadership in that conflict earned Jackson national fame as a military hero, and he would become America's most influential–and ...

15minutehistory.org/2013/12/04/episode-34-the-social-legacy-of-andrew-jackson

Dec 4, 2013 ... Today we're going to be talking about the social impacts and legacies of the era of Andrew Jackson, who of course is one of the more infamous of our 19th century presidents. So remind us who .... One sector of society that would have been really upset by this was Christian missionaries. They opposed this ...