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Title National unity on trial, 1781-1816. Edited by E. James Ferguson
Imprint New York : Random House, 1970
 Mo  973 N277    AVAILABLE    MHE0014686
Descript vi, 239 p. ; 24 cm
Series Random House readings in American history, v. 2
Note Includes bibliographical references
Men of little faith: the Anti-Federalists on the nature of representative government, by C. Kenyon.--The Nationalists of 1781-1783, and the economic interpretation of the Constitution, by E. J. Ferguson.--Republican thought and the political violence of the 1790's, by J. R. Howe, Jr.--The myth of the Essex Junto, by D. H. Fischer.--The Jeffersonian Republicans in Virginia: an interpretation, by H. Ammon.--The mechanics and the Jeffersonians: New York, 1789-1801, by A. Young.--Banks and politics in America from the Revolution to the Civil War, by B. Hammond.--A reexamination of Jeffersonian economics, by W. D. Grampp.--1812: conservatives, war hawks, and the nation's honor, by N. K. Risjord
Subject United States -- History -- 1783-1865
Alt Author Ferguson, E. James (Elmer James), 1917- comp
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