TO THE PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES.

[Philadelphia? 1832]. 8pp, caption title (as issued). Disbound, lightly toned. Else Very Good.

The first Jackson administration, "bad as it is, is not so bad as what it presages for the future." Until Jackson, "No push for power had been made, by any President, such as to threaten annihilation to all the other branches of government." His autocratic ways are antithetical to Republican government. "He tolerates no difference of opinion, and knows no other standard of merit, than devotion to himself."
Wise & Cronin 494. OCLC 25738335 [6] [as of November 2011]. Not in Miles or AI. Item #28313

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