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Co-authors Brian Kilmeade and Don Yaeger have combined talents in the telling of yet another classic piece of American history. A punchy narrative of violence and liberation, the team has catapulted this renowned piece of history from bland textbook factual account into a captivating tale of an enraged, tenacious, and visionary leader. Andrew Jackson and the Miracle of New Orleans is the inspirational story of a tumultuous time which changed the course of the American nation, led by an unassuming man who refused to relent.
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- A synopsis of the original book
- Key themes and analysis
- An in-depth editorial review
- Short bio of the original author
- Supplementary info about the original title
About the original book: A bold tribute to the man of the hour in the 1814 Battle for New Orleans, the story of Andrew Jackson embodies what it is to be an American. Set upon his path by a need to avenge an horrific act of fate which occurred during his adolescence, the colorful life of this controversial hero takes unbelievable twists and turns in the pursuit of freedom. Following various successful pursuits, including the reining in of a violent band of Creek rebels, his greatest achievement unites the cosmopolitan city of New Orleans in a victory over British invaders, forever emblazoning his name on the pages of American history.
Disclaimer: This book is intended as a companion to, not a replacement for, Andrew Jackson and the Miracle of New Orleans.