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The people who lived in what became the seventeenth state in the American Union in were not only at the center of a great empire, they were at the center of the most important historical developments in the revolutionary Atlantic World. We will only use your email address to notify you of new titles in the subject area s you follow.
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Hobbs The people who lived in what became the seventeenth state in the American Union in were not only at the center of a great empire, they were at the center of the most important historical developments in the revolutionary Atlantic World. When Does the Revolution End? The Age of Atlantic Revolutions The Economic Crisis of the s Constitution Through Compromise The Antifederalists' Victory in Defeat Native American Resilience and Violence in the West The Life and Times of John Adams Jeffersonian America: A Second Revolution?
Gabriel's Rebellion: Another View of Virginia in Claiming Victory from Defeat Early National Arts and Cultural Independence Jacksonian Democracy and Modern America Jackson vs. Irish and German Immigration Transcendentalism, An American Philosophy The Southern Argument for Slavery Gold in California The Compromise of Preston Brooks and Charles Sumner The South Secedes Strengths and Weaknesses: North vs. The Road to Appomattox The Assassination of the President Rebuilding the Old Order The New Tycoons: John D.
The New Tycoons: J. Politics of the Gilded Age Labor vs. Eugene V.
Debs and American Socialism Artistic and Literary Trends The Print Revolution The Wounded Knee Massacre The Election of Booker T. DuBois Woodrow Wilson's New Freedom The Panama Canal The Treaty of Versailles and the League of Nations Fads and Heroes Old Values vs. Democrats, says Kohl, were more "tradition-directed," bound to others in more personal ways; Whigs, on the other hand, were more "inner-directed" and embraced the impersonal, self-interested relationships of a market society.
By examining this fascinating dialogue of parties, Kohl brings us bright new insight into the politics and people of Jacksonian America. The politics of individualism: parties and the American character in the Politics Society and the Individual in the Jacksonian Era.