Example sentences for: jacksonian

How can you use “jacksonian” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • The deficit issue mobilized Jacksonian populists because it spoke to their fears about a remote government dominated by the rich and powerful.

  • A. Hillary Clinton, on hanging out with her husband, reading about the Jacksonian era in America

  • In retrospect, it is obvious that what social historian Mary P. Ryan has dubbed the pre-Civil War "era of association," from the 1820s to the 1840s, coincided with the spread of adult male suffrage and the emergence of competitive, mass-mobilizing parties: first the Jacksonian Democrats, then the Whigs, and finally, the Free Soilers and the Republicans.

  • Emergent political parties in Jacksonian America were intertwined with the federal postal system.


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