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Some Commentary on this Book:
"This is one of the best articles I have ever read anywhere on the Internet. It must go viral and should become a classic. Highest commendations for this fine work...This is truly inspiring great work." - Dr. PJ
"Thank you Mr. Jack Speer-Williams for a refreshing reminder of the sovereignty of men that made “America” great. Alluding to foreign intelligence, that has catered to and skewed the wealth-stupified among leadership of the US and the world, suggests insider information that has cost the lives of many since 1947. The call to resurrection of American sovereignty, breaking the bonds of the wealth-stupified, puppetry of “foreign intelligence” hits the bulls-eye, applauded by many patriotic commenters. Your treatise has a strong awakening quality, and I will spread it. With sincere appreciation", DR. B
"I second that thought..." DM
"I third that. Inspired writing, Jack." - JS
Discover what made this individual one of America's greatest leaders and what made him so controversial for his time! With parallels to our nation’s current President. An intriguing and thought provoking work.
During the changing economic and social conditions of the 1820's and 1830's there was much hostility between the Bank on the one hand, and rising capitalists, urban workers, and farmers on the other. In this context, Jackson aimed to do away with the Bank. The Bank's supporters, however, struck back. In a move intended to wrench political support from Jackson, Henry Clay forced a bill through the Senate to re-charter the Bank. Jackson vetoed the bill, beginning the long struggle which has become known as "The Bank War." Jackson defeated Clay in the presidential election of 1832 despite Clay's efforts. Taking his political victory as a mandate from the people to destroy the Bank, he withdrew federal deposits, thereby setting the stage for the Bank's eventual death in 1836.
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