Waking giant: America in the age of Jackson

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A fascinating and definitive history of Jacksonian America by Bancroft Prize–winning author David S. Reynolds.
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auth_author2 Morey, Arthur.
author Reynolds, David S., 1948-
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title_display Waking giant : America in the age of Jackson
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