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“What passes for political drama today pales in the reading of Jon Meachamâ€s vividly-told

story of our seventh president. The rip-roaring two-fisted man of the people, duelist, passionate

lover, gambler and war hero, was also a prime creator of the presidency as the fulcrum of

executive power to defend democracy…Meacham argues that Jackson should be in the pantheon

with Washington, Jefferson and Lincoln for this and for his role in preserving the Union and

rescuing democracy from elitism. He makes the historianâ€s case with wit and scholarship but

Meacham also has the novelistâ€s art of enthralling the general reader much as David

McCullough did for the lesser figure of John Adams. Reading “American Lion― one is no

longer able to look on the gaunt, craggy face on the $20 bill without hearing the tumult of America

in the making.― --Tina Brown“Jon Meacham's splendid new book on Andrew Jackson

shrewdly places presidential politics in the context of Jackson's family life -- and vice versa. With

an abundance of gripping stories, and with admirable fairness, Meacham offers a fresh portrait of

one of the most controversial and consequential men ever to occupy the White House.―

--Sean Wilentz, Princeton University, author of The Rise of American Democracy: Jefferson

to Lincoln'Every so often a terrific biography comes along that shines a new light on a familiar

figure in American history. So it was with David McCullough and John Adams, so it was with

Walter Isaacson and Benjamin Franklin, so it is with Jon Meacham and Andrew Jackson. A

master storyteller, Meacham interweaves the lives of Jackson and the members of his inner circle

to create a highly original book.'--Doris Kearns Goodwin, author of Team of Rivals: The

Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln“In magnificent prose, enriched by the authorâ€s

discovery of new research materials, Jon Meacham has written an engrossing and original study

of the life of Andrew Jackson.  He provides new insights into Jacksonâ€s emotional and

intellectual character and personality, and describes life in the White House in a unique and

compelling way. Scrupulously researched and vividly written, this book is certain to attract a large

and diverse reading public.―--Robert V. Remini, National Book Award-winning historian and

biographer of Andrew Jackson, Henry Clay, and Daniel Webster 'Finally, a book that

explains our nation's most enigmatic hero, a man who was revered and reviled and little

understood. Jon Meacham brilliantly takes us inside the family circle that sustained Andrew

Jackson's presidency and provided his steadiness of faith. It's a vivid, fascinating human drama,

and Meacham shows how the personal was interwoven with the political. Jackson presided over

the birth of modern politics, and this book's brew of patriotism and religion and populism tastes


very familiar. In helping us understand Jackson, Meacham helps us understand America.'

--Walter Isaacson, author of Ei

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