The Mexican War; crisis for American democracy. Edited, with an introd., by Archie P. McDonald.

Lexington, Mass., Heath [1969] .

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Subjects Mexican War, 1846-1848.
Description ix, 112 p. 24 cm.
Contents The American attitude on the eve of the war, by J.H. Smith.--Hard war averted, easy war gained, by C. Sellers.--War aims, by N.A. Graebner.--Congressional debate on the Army appropriations bill and the Wilmot proviso.--John C. Calhoun on the Wilmot proviso.--The Mexican War justified, and Annexation, by W. Whitman.--Civil disobedience, by H.D. Thoreau.--The mission of regeneration, by A.K. Weinberg.--Sectional and party attitudes, by F. Merk.--The consequences of Manifest Destiny, 1846-1849, by J.H. Silbey.--Hour of victory, by A. Nevins.--Suggestions for additional reading (p. 111-112)
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00053963
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