Posts Tagged: Andrew Jackson

The Dark Heart of America: On David Grann’s Killers of the Flower Moon


David Grann's new book Killers of the Flower Moon explores the 1920s murders of the Osage tribe, the making of the FBI, and is a reminder of the all too recent history of betrayals that comprise America’s dark heart. ...more

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The campaign to get a woman on an American paper bill has been long, but even with the decision to reissue the ten-dollar bill in 2020, advocates aren’t completely satisfied:

This decision, announced last week by Secretary of the Treasury Jack Lew, has been met with considerable puzzlement from those who wonder why we would demote Hamilton, the founder of our financial system, instead of Andrew Jackson, who was the architect of the Trail of Tears, an opponent of central banking, and the target of the grassroots campaign to get a woman on the twenty-dollar bill, led by the group Women on 20s.