The Massachusetts senator sees her Native heritage as a point of pride, while the president treats it as a punchline. We can't let him.
For Native Americans, the white man's tale of noble settlement of an empty frontier in the second half of the 19th century masked a genocide.
American History for Truthdiggers: Andrew Jackson’s White-Male World and the Start of Modern Politics
He was a historic champion of the common man, but he was also a power-obsessed bigot and perhaps the most divisive U.S. president ever.
Everyone knows, or should know, about the Cherokee Trail of Tears in the early 1830s. But not till now, with NPR journalist Steve Inskeep's new book focusing on President Andrew Jackson and Cherokee Principal Chief John Ross, has this episode in American history been rendered in such personal and human detail.