Donald B. Cole, Vindicating Andrew Jackson, 1st ed.
Andrew Jackson Fights for the Presidency
Donald Cole’s Vindicating Andrew Jackson: The 1828 Election and the Rise of the Two-Party System. examines the presidential election of 1828 as part of University Press of Kansas’ American Presidential Elections series.
Andrew Jackson bounced back from his controversial loss four years earlier to unseat John Quincy Adams in a campaign notorious for mudslinging. With his victory, the torch was effectively passed from the founding fathers to the people.
About the American Presidential Election Series…
Every presidential election has been a fascinating story with stakes crucial to the future of the nation, no matter who the candidates were. We will feature some books from this fine series during the course of this presidential campaign season.
As new; dust jacket.
Cole, Donald B. Vindicating Andrew Jackson: The 1828 Election and the Rise of the Two-Party System. Lawrence, University Press of Kansas, 2009. 1st edition, 254p., illustrated.