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Liberty and Union

Liberty and Union Author Timothy S. Huebner
ISBN-10 0700624864
Release 2017-04-05
Pages 544
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A sweeping narrative of America's Civil War era, Liberty and Union shows how the war helped to bring about revolutionary changes in American life, changes that were sustained--and limited--by most Americans' abiding commitment to the nation's founding principles.



Liberty and Union

Liberty and Union Author Timothy S. Huebner
ISBN-10 0700622691
Release 2016-06-03
Pages 576
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A brilliant, imaginative, and original re-examination which synthesizes the histories of the Civil War, of constitutional and legal development, and of the African American experience. The result is a masterful and beautifully written study that will stand out as a superb contribution



Liberty and Union

Liberty and Union Author Timothy S. Huebner
ISBN-10 0321449444
Release 2024
Pages 450
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Liberty and Union has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Liberty and Union also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Liberty and Union book for free.



Southern Rights

Southern Rights Author Mark E. Neely
ISBN-10 0813918944
Release 1999
Pages 212
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"Based on the discovery of records of over four thousand of these prisoners, Mark E. Neely, Jr.'s book undermines the common understanding that Jefferson Davis and the Confederates were scrupulous in their respect for constitutional rights while Lincoln and the Unionists regularly violated the rights of dissenters. Neely reveals for the first time the extent of repression of Unionists and other civilians in the Confederacy and uncovers and marshals convincing evidence that Southerners were as ready as their Northern counterparts to give up civil liberties in response to the real or imagined threats of wartime."--BOOK JACKET.



Lincoln Douglas and Slavery

Lincoln  Douglas  and Slavery Author David Zarefsky
ISBN-10 0226978761
Release 1993-06-01
Pages 324
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Previously published in hbk.: Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press, 1990.



Lincoln and the Triumph of the Nation

Lincoln and the Triumph of the Nation Author Mark E. Neely
ISBN-10 9780807835180
Release 2011
Pages 408
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The Civil War placed the U.S. Constitution under unprecedented--and, to this day, still unmatched--strain. Neely examines for the first time in one book the U.S. Constitution and its often overlooked cousin, the Confederate Constitution, and the ways the documents shaped the struggle for national survival.



A Legal History of the Civil War and Reconstruction

A Legal History of the Civil War and Reconstruction Author Laura F. Edwards
ISBN-10 9781107008793
Release 2015-01-26
Pages 226
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This book provides a succinct and accessible account of the critical role of legal and constitutional issues of the American Civil War.



Bonds of Union

Bonds of Union Author Bridget Ford
ISBN-10 9781469626239
Release 2016-02-05
Pages 424
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This vivid history of the Civil War era reveals how unexpected bonds of union forged among diverse peoples in the Ohio-Kentucky borderlands furthered emancipation through a period of spiraling chaos between 1830 and 1865. Moving beyond familiar arguments about Lincoln's deft politics or regional commercial ties, Bridget Ford recovers the potent religious, racial, and political attachments holding the country together at one of its most likely breaking points, the Ohio River. Living in a bitterly contested region, the Americans examined here--Protestant and Catholic, black and white, northerner and southerner--made zealous efforts to understand the daily lives and struggles of those on the opposite side of vexing human and ideological divides. In their common pursuits of religious devotionalism, universal public education regardless of race, and relief from suffering during wartime, Ford discovers a surprisingly capacious and inclusive sense of political union in the Civil War era. While accounting for the era's many disintegrative forces, Ford reveals the imaginative work that went into bridging stark differences in lived experience, and she posits that work as a precondition for slavery's end and the Union's persistence.



African American Activism Before the Civil War

African American Activism Before the Civil War Author Patrick Rael
ISBN-10 0415957265
Release 2008
Pages 307
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"African-American Activism before the Civil War is an invaluable collection for anyone interested in this vital minority whose efforts at community building and radical protest acted as a critical force in helping bring about the end of slavery, and set the precedent that inspired the next generation of activists."--BOOK JACKET.



The American Revolution State Sovereignty and the American Constitutional Settlement 1765 1800

The American Revolution  State Sovereignty  and the American Constitutional Settlement  1765   1800 Author Aaron N. Coleman
ISBN-10 9781498500630
Release 2016-03-04
Pages 294
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This book examines the ideological, political, and constitutional contexts of the Founding era from the drafting of the Articles of Confederation to the ratification of the Constitution and the Federalist–Jeffersonian political conflict. The author highlights the constitutional and theoretical importance of state sovereignty during the Revolutionary period.



Apostles of Disunion

Apostles of Disunion Author Charles B. Dew
ISBN-10 9780813939452
Release 2017-02-03
Pages 168
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Charles Dew’s Apostles of Disunion has established itself as a modern classic and an indispensable account of the Southern states’ secession from the Union. Addressing topics still hotly debated among historians and the public at large more than a century and a half after the Civil War, the book offers a compelling and clearly substantiated argument that slavery and race were at the heart of our great national crisis. The fifteen years since the original publication of Apostles of Disunion have seen an intensification of debates surrounding the Confederate flag and Civil War monuments. In a powerful new afterword to this anniversary edition, Dew situates the book in relation to these recent controversies and factors in the role of vast financial interests tied to the internal slave trade in pushing Virginia and other upper South states toward secession and war.



The U s Constitution and Secession

The U s  Constitution and Secession Author Dwight T. Pitcaithley
ISBN-10 0700626263
Release 2018
Pages 400
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This book analyzes the formal political debates that took place over Secession Winter (1860-1861) on the nature of the U.S. Constitution with regard to slavery, and reveals for the first time the dozens of solutions to the secession crisis proposed in the form of constitutional amendments. The discussions held in Congress, eleven state secession conventions, legislatures in Tennessee and Kentucky, and the Washington Peace Conference clearly demonstrate that fear of abolition occupied the center of the secession movement.



The Texas Frontier and the Butterfield Overland Mail 1858 1861

The Texas Frontier and the Butterfield Overland Mail  1858   1861 Author Glen Sample Ely
ISBN-10 9780806154640
Release 2016-03-04
Pages 440
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This is the story of the antebellum frontier in Texas, from the Red River to El Paso, a raw and primitive country punctuated by chaos, lawlessness, and violence. During this time, the federal government and the State of Texas often worked at cross-purposes, their confused and contradictory policies leaving settlers on their own to deal with vigilantes, lynchings, raiding American Indians, and Anglo-American outlaws. Before the Civil War, the Texas frontier was a sectional transition zone where southern ideology clashed with western perspectives and where diverse cultures with differing worldviews collided. This is also the tale of the Butterfield Overland Mail, which carried passengers and mail west from St. Louis to San Francisco through Texas. While it operated, the transcontinental mail line intersected and influenced much of the region's frontier history. Through meticulous research, including visits to all the sites he describes, Glen Sample Ely uncovers the fascinating story of the Butterfield Overland Mail in Texas. Until the U.S. Army and Butterfield built West Texas’s infrastructure, the region’s primitive transportation network hampered its development. As Ely shows, the Overland Mail Company and the army jump-started growth, serving together as both the economic engine and the advance agent for European American settlement. Used by soldiers, emigrants, freighters, and stagecoaches, the Overland Mail Road was the nineteenth-century equivalent of the modern interstate highway system, stimulating passenger traffic, commercial freighting, and business. Although most of the action takes place within the Lone Star State, this is in many respects an American tale. The same concerns that challenged frontier residents confronted citizens across the country. Written in an engaging style that transports readers to the rowdy frontier and the bustle of the overland road, The Texas Frontier and the Butterfield Overland Mail offers a rare view of Texas’s antebellum past.



For Liberty and Equality

For Liberty and Equality Author Alexander Tsesis
ISBN-10 9780199942572
Release 2012-06-01
Pages 408
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The Declaration of Independence is one of the most influential documents in modern history-the inspiration for what would become the most powerful democracy in the world. Indeed, at every stage of American history, the Declaration has been a touchstone for evaluating the legitimacy of legal, social, and political practices. Not only have civil rights activists drawn inspiration from its proclamation of inalienable rights, but individuals decrying a wide variety of governmental abuses have turned for support to the document's enumeration of British tyranny. In this sweeping synthesis of the Declaration's impact on American life, ranging from 1776 to the present, Alexander Tsesis offers a deeply researched narrative that highlights the many surprising ways in which this document has influenced American politics, law, and society. The drafting of the Bill of Rights, the Reconstruction Amendments, the New Deal, the Civil Rights movement-all are heavily indebted to the Declaration's principles of representative government. Tsesis demonstrates that from the founding on, the Declaration has played a central role in American political and social advocacy, congressional debates, and presidential decisions. He focuses on how successive generations internalized, adapted, and interpreted its meaning, but he also shines a light on the many American failures to live up to the ideals enshrined in the document. Based on extensive research from primary sources such as newspapers, diaries, letters, transcripts of speeches, and congressional records, For Liberty and Equality shows how our founding document shaped America through successive eras and why its influence has always been crucial to the nation and our way of life.



Law in American History

Law in American History Author G. Edward White
ISBN-10 9780199930982
Release 2016-03-15
Pages 672
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In this second installment of G. Edward White's sweeping history of law in America from the colonial era to the present, White, covers the period between 1865-1929, which encompasses Reconstruction, rapid industrialization, a huge influx of immigrants, the rise of Jim Crow, the emergence of an American territorial empire, World War I, and the booming yet xenophobic 1920s. As in the first volume, he connects the evolution of American law to the major political, economic, cultural, social, and demographic developments of the era. To enrich his account, White draws from the latest research from across the social sciences--economic history, anthropology, and sociology--yet weave those insights into a highly accessible narrative. Along the way he provides a compelling case for why law can be seen as the key to understanding the development of American life as we know it. Law in American History, Volume II will be an essential text for both students of law and general readers.



Dred Scott and the Problem of Constitutional Evil

Dred Scott and the Problem of Constitutional Evil Author Mark A. Graber
ISBN-10 1139457071
Release 2006-07-03
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Dred Scott and the Problem of Constitutional Evil , first published in 2006, concerns what is entailed by pledging allegiance to a constitutional text and tradition saturated with concessions to evil. The Constitution of the United States was originally understood as an effort to mediate controversies between persons who disputed fundamental values, and did not offer a vision of the good society. In order to form a 'more perfect union' with slaveholders, late-eighteenth-century citizens fashioned a constitution that plainly compelled some injustices and was silent or ambiguous on other questions of fundamental right. This constitutional relationship could survive only as long as a bisectional consensus was required to resolve all constitutional questions not settled in 1787. Dred Scott challenges persons committed to human freedom to determine whether antislavery northerners should have provided more accommodations for slavery than were constitutionally strictly necessary or risked the enormous destruction of life and property that preceded Lincoln's new birth of freedom.



Statehood and union

Statehood and union Author Peter S. Onuf
ISBN-10 UOM:39015013359263
Release 1987
Pages 197
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Statehood and union has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Statehood and union also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Statehood and union book for free.