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New England Federalists (The Fairleigh Dickinson University Press Series in American History and Culture)

- Widening the Sectional Divide in Jeffersonian America

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This book, which deals with controversies in U.S. politics after 1805, engages readers in the congressional debates, statutes, diplomatic correspondence, and mariner experiences that rejuvenated a dying party, deepened sectional divisions, and precipitated discussions of New England s... Læs mere

This book, which deals with controversies in U.S. politics after 1805, engages readers in the congressional debates, statutes, diplomatic corresponden... Læs mere

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284
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31-01-2017
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This book, which deals with controversies in U.S. politics after 1805, engages readers in the congressional debates, statutes, diplomatic correspondence, and mariner experiences that rejuvenated a dying party, deepened sectional divisions, and precipitated discussions of New England secession. 6 Illustrations, black and white
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Beginning with controversies related to British and French attacks on U.S. neutral trade in 1805, this book looks at crucial developments in national politics, public policy, and foreign relations from the perspective of New England Federalists. Through its focus on the partisan climate in Congress that appeared to influence federal statutes, New England Federalists: Widening the Sectional Divide in Jeffersonian America sets out to explain, in their own words, why Federalists, especially those often deemed extreme or radical by contemporaries and historians alike, escalated a campaign to repeal the Constitution's three-fifths clause (which included slaves in the calculation for congressional representation and votes in the Electoral College) while encouraging violations of federal law and advocating northern secession from the Union. Unlike traditional interpretations of early nineteenth-century politics that focus on Jeffersonian political economy, this study brings the impetus for Federalist obstructionism and sectionalism into sharp relief.Federalists who became the sole defenders of New England's economic independence and free labor force, later issued calls for northerners to unite against the spread of slavery and southern control of the central government. Along with controversies that placed sectional harmony in jeopardy, this work links themes in Federalist opposition rhetoric to the important antislavery arguments that would flourish in antebellum culture and politics.

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