Chief Justice Taney, Andrew Jackson, and Habeas Corpus During the War of 1812
There are two letters from Taney to Jackson—one from 1843—another from 1844—discussing former General Jackson’s conduct during a period of martial law during the War of 1812 in New Orleans. I have seen these letters reported in Bassett’s “Correspondence of Andrew Jackson,” published in 1933.
Roundtable Review, Vol. 4, No. 2 (2014)
Author: Paul W. Hirt
Title: The Wired Northwest: The History of Electric Power, 1870s-1970s
Commentators: Eve Vogel, Adam M. Sowards, Donald C. Jackson, H. V. Nelles
Editor: Jacob Darwin Hamblin