How Andrew Jackson Turned His Resentment Of The British Into Victory At The Battle OF New Orleans

Continuing the series of interviews on Brian Kilmeade's new book "Andrew Jackson and the Miracle of New Orleans: The Battle That Shaped America's Destiny" Professor of History at Rice University, Douglas Brinkley, joined Brian Kilmeade for the second of a four part interview series on Andrew Jackson. In part two, Brinkley gets into more detail about Jackson's successful strategy against the British during the Battle of New Orleans and how Jackson went on to become a senator, judge and leader of Tennessee after the War of 1812

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