The year was 1831, and the President of the Bank of the United States, Nicholas Biddle, was preparing for a difficult campaign to win the re-charter of his institution. Facing the hostility of Andrew Jackson, and the partisan newspapers that supported him, Biddle was determined to put his own views before the American public. [excerpt]
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Birkner, Michael J. Journalism and Politics in Jacksonian New Jersey: The Career of Stacy G. Potts. New Jersey History. 1979. 97(1): 159-177.