A review of the book, Andrew Jackson and the Search for Vindication by James Curtis
From his early childhood to his days in presidency, Andrew Jackson's fueled a revolution in politics and the search for vindication of the American people. In this psychoanalytical biography of Andrew Jackson, James C. Curtis explores Jackson's tenacious personality and lifelong quest for power, which was deeply rooted in his troubled past.
Beginning in the backwoods of the Carolina's, young Andrew Jackson was born to a couple from Northern Ireland that migrated here during a time of social and economic turmoil. Arriving in the late 1760's, Jackson explored the prospective rolling country…
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