Andrew Jackson, nullification and the State-rights tradition.


Chicago, Rand McNally [1963] .

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Subjects Droits des États fédérés -- États-Unis.
Jackson, Andrew, 1767-1845
Jackson, Andrew, 1767-1845.
Nullification (States' rights)
Nullification.
States' rights (American politics)
Series Berkeley series in American history.
Description 60 pages 22 cm.
Copyright Date [1963]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (page 60).
Contents Part 4: Was Jackson Actually a Nationalist?-4.1-Was the nullification Proclamation Really Jackson?- 4.1a- Van Buren Says NO-4.1b-Major Lewis Says Yes-4.1c-Testimony of a Document-4.2-Andrew Jackson on the Good State-Part 5: The Good State in the Wake of Nullification-5.1-The Northern States-5.2-The Southern States-5.3-Virginia and New York-Part 6: What Happened to the Tradition of '98'?-6.1-John Tyler-6.2-Nathaniel Macon-6.3-The Democratic Regulars -- 6.4-Benjamin F. Perry-Appendix: Provisions of the Constitution Relating to Nullification-Further Reading.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)903852
(OCoLC)ocm00903852
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WorldCat Identities Sellers, Charles, 1923-
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