The concept of Jacksonian democracy; New York as a test case.

Princeton, N.J., Princeton University Press, 1961.

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Other Title Jacksonian democracy.
Subjects Etats-Unis -- Histoire -- XIXème siècle.
Jacksonian democracy.
New York (Etat de)
New York (État) -- Politique et gouvernement.
New York (États-Unis ; État) -- 1775-1865 -- Politique et gouvernement.
New York (N.Y.)
New York (State)
New York (State) -- Politics and government -- 1775-1865.
New York, NY.
Partis politiques -- New York (État)
Partis politiques -- New York (États-Unis ; État)
Political parties -- New York (State)
Political parties.
Politics and government
Description xi, 351 pages 25 cm
Copyright Date 1961.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents I. From populism to egalitarianism : The decade of confusion, 1816-1826 ; The egalitarian impulse, antimasonic style -- II. Antimasonry goes political : Spontaneous combustion fires a new party ; The anti-regency coalition, 1829-1830 ; Antimasonry converts to social reform -- III. "Bank war" and restoration of the two-party system : Van Buren Republicans and state-licensed monopolies ; Two new parties, not two old parties in new dress -- IV. New York party leadership, 1834-1844 : Who led the Democrats and Whigs? ; Middle-grade Democratic and Whig leaders: who were they? -- V. Positive versus negative liberalism : Federalist, Whig, and Democratic theories of the state ; The movement for free banking in New York ; Whig and Democratic models of the liberal state -- VI. Two minor "parties" : The Liberty Party ; The American Republican Party -- VII. Class voting in New York : The 1844 election in historical perspective ; A voting cycle and its phases ; What happened in the 1844 election? ; Who voted for whom in 1844? -- VIII. Ethnocultural groups and political parties -- IX. Religious groups and political parties : Catholic voting patterns ; Protestant voting patterns ; Free thinkers versus orthodox believers or conformists ; Puritans versus nonpuritans -- X. Who voted for the minor "parties"? : Liberty Party voters ; American Republican voters -- XI. Party programs, characters, and images : Projecting and reconstructing party images ; National Democratic Party: official images ; New York Democratic Party: official images ; National Whig Party: official images ; New York Whig Party: official images -- XII. Texas annexation and New York public opinion : Conditions and conduct of the 1844 campaign ; Was the 1844 election a referendum on Texas? ; The hidden-persuaders syndrome -- XIII. Outline for a theory of American voting behavior : Some crude generalizations about American voting behavior ; A tentative classification system for American voting behavior -- XIV. Interpreting New York voting behavior : Patterns in New York voting behavior ; Voting behavior in Rockland and Chautauqua Counties -- XV. Jacksonian democracy: concept or fiction? : The concept of Jacksonian Democracy ; An alternative concept and hypothesis -- Appendices. Sources for election statistics ; Economic classification of political units ; Ethnocultural groups in New York, 1844, estimated percentages, 1845.
Geographic Area New York (State)
Network Numbers (OCoLC)476542
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Benson, Lee.
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