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Andrew Jackson Part III: Evil Man, Giant Cheese

Historaholics Podcast

Join your host C.J. and special guest Chris as they discuss Andrew Jackson’s presidency, the giant wheel of cheese which he aged in the foyer of the White House, and, on a much grimer side, his continued campaign against the Indigenous peoples of North America, which culminated in the Trail of Tears.

1hr 14mins

23 Aug 2021

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Andrew Jackson Part II

Historaholics Podcast

Join your host C.J. and special guest Chris as they discuss Andrew Jackson’s early political career, the Battle of Tohopeka, the beginnings of his campaign of extermination against the Indigenous people east of the Mississippi, and his victory in the Battle of New Orleans.

1hr 41mins

16 Aug 2021

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Andrew Jackson Part I

Historaholics Podcast

Join C.J. and guest Chris as they discuss the life, times, and crimes of Andrew Jackson in this the inaugural episode of Historaholics.

1hr 33mins

10 Aug 2021

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Ep3: Dr. Andrew Jackson "The role of law in climate action"

Climate Allies

Following the success of Climate Case Ireland in 2020, the landmark case brought against the Irish government for its failures to adequately address the Climate Emergency, there has been a growing interest in the role the law can play in driving climate action. For this episode, Ali is joined by Dr. Andrew Jackson, Associate Professor and Lecturer of Law at UCD, to discuss how the law is playing a vital role in holding countries and companies to account on climate action, what it was like to be part of Climate Case Ireland, and how we are likely to see climate litigation grow and develop in the coming years.  Andrew is an environmental and planning lawyer, and has previously worked for international law firms in London and Paris; for the UK government's in the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra); and with NGOs Friends of the Irish Environment and An Taisce, the National Trust for Ireland. Andrew has played a leading role in publishing literature on climate and biodiversity issues and was also one of driving forces behind Climate Case Ireland. You can follow Andrew on Twitter.Some links to find out more about what was discussed in this episode include:Climate Case IrelandThe Urgenda Climate Case against the Dutch Government The Belgian Climate CasePortuguese Climate CaseSabin Centre for Climate Change LawWe Can't Tackle Climate Change Without You (Mary Annaïse Heglar) 

56mins

31 Mar 2021

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Ranking U.S. Presidents

The man, the myth the legend: Andrew Jackson. Was this man a beast of legend or a rampaging racist worthy of our disdain? And how many guys did he kill? Strap in folks, this is gonna be a wild episode.

1hr 1min

1 Mar 2021

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Andrew Jackson Beard

The Level up Business and Marketing Podcast

28days of Black History Finale --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/gezzykashdabusinessman/message

28mins

28 Feb 2021

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Episode 580: Best of Andrew Jackson’s Navy; Now More Than Ever?

Midrats

First aired in Feb. 2017.Since his election in November, the administration and several articles have suggested Donald Trump is a new Andrew Jackson whose portrait now hangs in the Oval Office. What might that mean for the Navy? How did Andrew Jackson approach his Navy and what lessons can we draw from that?Our guest for the full hour for a discussion of an understudied part of our naval history and what it could mean for the current administration is returning guest Claude Berube.Claude is the Director of the Naval Academy Museum and has taught in both the Political Science and History Departments at the Naval Academy. He has worked in the U.S. Senate, as a maritime studies fellow at the Heritage Foundation, as the head of a terrorism analysis team for the Office of Naval Intelligence and as a defense contractor. An intelligence officer in the Navy Reserve, he deployed with Expeditionary Strike Group Five in 2004-05. His articles have been published in Orbis, Vietnam Magazine, Naval History, The Washington Times, Jane’s Intelligence Review, Naval Institute Proceedings and others. He’s also written or co-authored five books.

59mins

22 Feb 2021

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Episode 574: Best of Andrew Jackson’s Navy; Now More Than Ever?

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Since his election in November, the administration and several articles have suggested Donald Trump is a new Andrew Jackson whose portrait now hangs in the Oval Office. What might that mean for the Navy? How did Andrew Jackson approach his Navy and what lessons can we draw from that?Our guest for the full hour for a discussion of an understudied part of our naval history and what it could mean for the current administration is returning guest Claude Berube.Claude is the Director of the Naval Academy Museum and has taught in both the Political Science and History Departments at the Naval Academy. He has worked in the U.S. Senate, as a maritime studies fellow at the Heritage Foundation, as the head of a terrorism analysis team for the Office of Naval Intelligence and as a defense contractor. An intelligence officer in the Navy Reserve, he deployed with Expeditionary Strike Group Five in 2004-05. His articles have been published in Orbis, Vietnam Magazine, Naval History, The Washington Times, Jane’s Intelligence Review, Naval Institute Proceedings and others. He’s also written or co-authored five books. He’s completed his PhD through the University of Leeds.First aired in FEB 2017.

59mins

11 Jan 2021

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fxpodcast #326: Andrew Jackson on Tenet

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We talk in-depth with DNEG's Andrew Jackson about the incredible film Tenet.

56mins

3 Nov 2020

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The Age of Andrew Jackson with Daniel Gullotta

The Rogue Historian

Daniel Gullotta is Ph.D. candidate at Stanford University and the host of the Age of Jackson podcast - he and I discuss podcasting, the public, and Antebellum politics (with a little of the election of 2020 mixed in). Enjoy! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-rogue-historian/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-rogue-historian/support

53mins

25 Oct 2020

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