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jak soh nee uhn

  • n  a follower of Andrew Jackson or his ideas
  • a  of or pertaining to Andrew Jackson or his presidency or his concepts of popular democracy

  • Alan Brinkley in Los Angeles Times
    History professor Alan Brinkley of Columbia University told the Boston Globe in 1997 that Schlesinger in the first decade after World War II "was far and away the most influential historian of Jacksonian democracy, the New Deal and probably one of...
  • James Henry Webb in Richmond Times Dispatch
    His message that it was time for "Reagan Democrats to return to their Jacksonian roots" should be part of the national debate, Webb added, and "should become the core message of a revitalized Democratic Party."
  • Tom Brady in Hartford Courant
    I've often heard people wistfully say, in the United States at least, that the 'good old days' for party politics was the Jacksonian era, for literature it was the turn of the 20th century and for professional baseball it was the 1950s and... St Jerome http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jerome&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNH03zgEi4mS1l1X2MraHcTaEdVIAw PR Web (press release) http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.prweb.com/releases/2006/1/prweb336002.htm&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNF0AQmBKNtqnkWrnqDt8ESx8FJzFw Jan 24, 2006 54171 71377 jacksonville There's another mountain to climb," Brady said at his weekly press conference Monday. "We've climbed the mountain thus far, but we're right back at the bottom with everybody else. We're in the same position as Jacksonville, which is in the...

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