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According to Remini, few historians fully appreciate Jackson's extraordinarily liberal views on suffrage, his deep commitment to majority rule, or his strong faith in "the incorruptibility of the people."
In the second essay Remini argues that Jackson's legacy regarding Indian removal was not the unmitigatedly evil one that most recent historians have seen ita as...
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Rather than being motivated by greed, political opportunism, or genocidal mania, Jackson, Remini contends, insisted on removal not only to ensure the nation's security but also as a humanitarian means of preserving Native American life and culture. The Indians, Jackson sincerely believed, had to be removed if they were to survive with any degree of cultural autonomy...
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