National development and sectional crisis, 1815-1860. Edited by Joel H. Silbey.

New York, Random House [1970] .

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E301.S58 N2 Available Request
Subjects United States -- History -- 1815-1861.
Series Random House readings in American history, v. 3.
Description vi, 238 p. 24 cm.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents The socioeconomic setting. American continentalism: an idea of expansion, 1845-1910, by C. Vevier. International capital flows and the development of the American West, by D. C. North.--The political structure of Jacksonian America. Banking and politics in Jackson's Tennessee, 1817-1827, by C. G. Sellers, Jr. Ethnocultural groups and political parties, by L. Benson. New perspectives on Jacksonian politics, by R. P. McCormick.--Seeds of tension. The significance of the slave plantation for Southern economic development, by E. D. Genovese. The travail of slavery, by C. G. Sellers, Jr. Romantic reform in America, 1815-1865, by J. L. Thomas. Some themes of counter-subversion; an analysis of anti-Masonic, anti-Catholic, and anti-Mormon literature, by D. B. Davis.--The disruption of the American Union. The Kansas-Nebraska Act: a century of historiography, by R. F. Nichols. John Brown's private war, by C. V. Woodward.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00089154
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