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ANDREW JACKSON: GOOD, EVIL AND THE PRESIDENCY is a two-hour television event with startling relevance to modern presidential politics. In one of its most fascinating moments, it reveals how the donkey—which was first used by Jackson’s enemies to portray him as a “Jackass”—was ingeniously transformed into the symbol of the political party Jackson founded: the Democrats. Credit: "Let Everyone Take Care of Himself" Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA

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