Jacksonian America, 1815-18454 units
William E Gienapp
An examination of the history of the United States during the age of Andrew Jackson, with attention to economic, political, social, and intellectual developments. Topics include the development of a democratic political culture, the process of industrialization, the market revolution and the commercialization of society, workers' lives, changes in the family and women's roles, revivalism, the romantic movement, and the beginning of modern American culture.
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