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Why the Ghost of Andrew Jackson Haunts the Modern U.S. Presidency

While all presidents seem to wax and wane in the public consciousness, Jackson's name pops up regularly. Why does a president who died in 1845 haunt contemporary political discourse? Plus, 10 bizarre moments in presidential elections and more presidential history.

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    Why the Ghost of Andrew Jackson Haunts the Modern U.S. Presidency

    Why the Ghost of Andrew Jackson Haunts the Modern U.S. Presidency

    Only one U.S. president has an entire era named after him. And it's not Washington, Kennedy, Roosevelt or Lincoln. The man who holds that distinction …

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