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Essays on American Antebellum politics, 1840-1860 / by William E. Gienapp ... [et al.] ; introduction by Thomas J. Pressly ; edited by Stephen E. Maizlish and John J. Kushma
(Walter Prescott Webb memorial lectures ; 16)

Edition 1st ed
Publisher College Station : Published for the University of Texas at Arlington, by Texas A&M University Press
Year c1982
Codes ID=2000087497 NCID=BA01076646

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Language English
Size 229 p. ; 24 cm
Contents "Politics seem to enter into everything": political culture in the North, 1840-1860 / William E. Gienapp
The dimensions of voter partisan constancy in presidential elections from 1840 to 1860 / Thomas B. Alexander
Winding roads to recovery: the Whig Party from 1844 to 1848 / Michael F. Holt
The meaning of nativism and the crisis of the Union: the Know-Nothing movement in the Antebellum North / Stephen E. Maizlish
The surge of Republican power: partisan antipathy, American social conflict, and the coming of the Civil War / Joel H. Silbey
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index
Authors Gienapp, William E.
Maizlish, Stephen E., 1945-
Kushma, John J. (John James), 1949-
Subjects LCSH:United States -- Politics and government -- 1815-1861 -- Addresses, essays, lectures  All Subject Search
Classification LCC:E415.7
Vol ISBN:0890961360 ; PRICE:$19.50

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Cent.Lib.,Closed Stacks ,Books(European Lang.)
320.973/ES73 1220907858
0890961360 1982

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