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Described by John Hughlings Jackson. See: jacksonian epilepsy, jacksonian seizure.
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Finally, in true Jacksonian fashion, Trump is highly transactional with the rest of the world.
Americans during the Jacksonian singularity both charted the nation's course toward a brilliant future and made titanic mistakes along the way.
It's striking that the historian who launched his career with a study of Jacksonian democracy was so obtuse about the Silent Majority's populism.
But if Henley thought she was giving herself a break after the intensity of The Jacksonian, she soon learned otherwise.
Nester offers a fairer assessment of Jacksonian foreign policy, recognizing Jackson's more restrained approach to international affairs.
The references to the minutiae of George III and the grass roots of Jacksonian democracy were thinly veiled swipes at the British historian Sir Lewis Namier and the American historian Lee Benson, and at political history in general.
The "state banks" referred to so frequently in the Jacksonian era were not, as might be thought, government institutions, but generally were privately owned, with state charters of incorporation.
emphasizes the way England's positive response to "Jacksonian populism" set him apart from other American Catholic bishops of French or Irish descent, while his "romanticist adaptation" shaped his understanding of post-Enlightenment Catholicism.
Septimius reveals that Hawthorne derived these fundamentals from Jacksonian politics.
Regarding military matters, Berkowitz argues that the Jacksonian spirit of the American people should continue to provide the public support necessary for high military expenditures--a perspective problematic in its determinism and in its failure to account for diverse views on national security matters among the population and for changes over time that may deviate from the "Jacksonian spirit."
The figure that emerges from Wheelan's study is less a portrait of an eighteenth-century civic republican trying to reclaim his public stature after being pole-axed by the Jacksonian machine, and more a portrait of a figure whose career as a diplomat and president created a persona of unique ideological independence.