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by Douglas T. Miller
Author: Douglas T. Miller
Publisher: Random Library (November 1973)
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Includes primary source material. Bibliography: p. 255-262.
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Then Was the Future: The North in the Age of Jackson, 1815-1850, (Discusses the period in which the United . Miller, Douglas Taylor was born on May 27, 1937 in Orange, New Jersey, United States. Son of Harold E. and Nancy (Taylor) Miller.
Then Was the Future: The North in the Age of Jackson, 1815-1850, (Discusses the period in which the United States changed . Jacksonian Aristocracy: Class and Democracy in New York 1830-1860. Bachelor, Colby College, 1958.
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Douglas Miller, like most contemporary historians, shows us the other side of the coin. The Jacksonian Democrats and Whigs, while they can be identified as the ancestors of our modern two party system, were more concerned with patronage than issues.
Books Books of The Times. A Transformative Time, a Remarkable President. And in the 1850s the anti-Jackson Whigs would give way to the Republicans. By john steele gordonnov. The time between the end of the age of the founding fathers and the beginning of the Civil War era was for a long time something of a historical black hole for many Americans. The presidents in this period, with one notable exception, are barely remembered today for anything other than having been president. Politics often revolved around now obscure issues like the tariff, the Second Bank of the United States and internal improvements.
Most prominently, Andrew Jackson was elected president in 1828, having .
Most prominently, Andrew Jackson was elected president in 1828, having received an electoral plurality in 1824. Jackson was a man of the people. Propertyless males gained the right to vote in the Jacksonian Age, but women were left without political representation. Reformers like Margaret Fuller, Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Lucretia Mott, and others attempted to change that. But they also looked to a brighter future in which democracy would be the true embodiment of the American ideal, and this is the overwhelming significance of the nineteenth-century reform movements.