The Jeffersonian and Hamiltonian Traditions in American Politics - A Documentary History (Anchor A464)

By: Editor-Albert Fried

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1st Edition Stated (Anchor - 1968) No marks noted in text. Binding is tight and square. Light wear and rubs on front cover. Gently read. . . . . . . . . TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chap 1.) General Introduction ------ Chap 2.) HAMILTON AND THE FEDERALISTS: 2.1) Alexander Hamilton to Robert Morris, April 15, 1781 -- 2.2) George Washington to John Jay, August 1, 1786 -- 2.3) James Madison, Federalist Number 51, February 8, 1788 -- 2.4) John Adams to Samuel Adams, October 15, 1790 -- 2.5) Alexander Hamilton to Edward Carrington, May 26, 1792 -- 2.6) Alexander Hamilton, Camillus, Number 18, 1795 -- 2.7) Timothy Dwight, Duty of Americans at the present crisis, 1798 -- 2.8) Alexander Hamiltons attack on John Adams, October 1800 -- 2.9) Alexander Hamilton to James A. Bayard, January 16, 1801 -- 2.10) John Adams to Benjamin Stoddard, March 31, 1801 ------ Chap 3.) JEFFERSON AND AGRARIAN NATIONALISM: 3.1) Notes on Virginia, 1781 by Thomas Jefferson -- 3.2) Letters of a federal farmer, 1787 by Richard Henry Lee -- 3.3) Thomas Jefferson to George Washington, September 9, 1792 -- 3.4) Notes on Christoph D. Ebelings letter of July 20, 1795 by Thomas Jefferson -- 3.5) Thomas Jefferson to Elbridge Gerry, January 26, 1799 -- 3.6) Thomas Jefferson to Mazzei, December 30, 1801 -- 3.7) Third annual message, October 17, 1803 by Thomas Jefferson -- 3.8) Second inaugural address, March 4, 1805 by Thomas Jefferson -- 3.9) Speech in the House of Representatives, March 13, 1806 by John Randolph -- 3.10) Sixth annual message, December 2, 1806 by Thomas Jefferson -- 3.11) Albert Gallatin to William H. Crawford, January 20, 1811 -- 3.12) Statement on war with Great Britain, April 14, 1812 by Henry Clay -- 3.13) Resolutions of the Hartford Convention, January 4, 1815 -- 3.14) Speech on internal improvements, February 4, 1817 by Henry Clay -- 3.15) Trustees of Dartmouth College v. Woodward, 1819 -- 3.16) Thomas Jefferson to William Johnson, June 12, 1823 -- 3.17) First annual message, December 6, 1825 by John Quincy Adams ------ Chap 4.) THE RISE OF DEMOCRACY: 4.1) Debates in the Virginia Constitutional Convention, 1829-30 -- 4.2) First annual message, December 8, 1829 by Andrew Jackson -- 4.3) Speech on the American system, February 2, 3, 6, 1832 by Henry Clay -- 4.4) Veto of the Bank Bill, July 10, 1832 by Andrew Jackson -- 4.5) South Carolina Ordinance of Nullification, November 24, 1832 -- 4.6) Proclamation to the people of South Carolina, December 10, 1832 by Andrew Jackson -- 4.7) Division of the parties, November 4, 1834 by William Leggett -- 4.8) Rich and poor, December 6, 1834 by William Leggett -- 4.9) Locofoco Platform, January 12, 1836 -- 4.10) Common School Journal, 1842 by Horace Mann -- 4.11) Memorial to the Legislature of Massachusetts, 1843 by Dorothea Lynde Dix ------ Chap 5.) SLAVEERY AND THE FALL OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY: 5.1) Senate speech on slavery, February 6, 1837 by John C. Calhoun -- 5.2) Stephen A. Douglas to the Concord, New Hampshire State Capitol Reporter, February 16, 1854 -- 5.3) Veto message, May 3, 1854 by Franklin Pierce -- 5.4) Speech on slavery, January 24, 1856 by Robert C. Toombs -- 5.5) Debate in the Senate, May 17, 1860 by Stephen A. Douglas -- 5.6) Fourth annual message, December 3, 1860 by James Buchanan -- 5.7) Speech on the Confederate Constitution, March 12, 1861 by Alexander H. Stephens ------ Chap 6.) THE REPUBLICAN REVOLUTION: 6.1) Liberty Party Platform, August 30, 1843 -- 6.2) Free-Soil Platform, June 22, 1848 -- 6.3) Speech on Republicanism, September 11, 1858 by Abraham Lincoln -- 6.4) Lincoln-Douglas debates, 1858 -- 6.5) Abraham Lincoln to H.L. Pierce and others, April 6, 1859 -- 6.6) Speech to Wisconsin Agricultural Society, September 30, 1859 -- 6.7) Republican Party Platform, May 16, 1860 -- 6.8) First inaugural address, March 4, 1861 by Abraham Lincoln -- 6.9) Message to Congress, July 4, 1861 by Abraham Lincoln -- 6.10) Abraham Lincoln to Horace Greeley, August 22, 1862 -- 6.11) Second inaugural address, March 4, 1865 by Abraham Lincoln -- 6.12) Louisiana regulations for freedmen, July 1865 -- 6.13) Mississippi Apprentice Law, November 22, 1865 -- 6.14) Speech on the Fourteenth Amendment, May 8, 1866 by Thaddeus Stevens -- 6.15) Civil Rights Act, March 1, 1875 ------ Chap 7.) THE AGE OF NEO-HAMILTONIANISM: 7.1) Speech on Civil Service reform, January 29, 1867 by Thomas Jenckes -- 7.2) Speech on Civil Service reform, January 8, 1869 by John A. Logan -- 7.3) Civil Rights cases, 1883 -- 7.4) Farmers Association of South Carolina, the coming campaign, January 23, 1890 -- 7.5) Populist Party Platform, July 4, 1892 -- 7.6) Movement of coercion, January 17, 1893 by David J. Brewer -- 7.7) Absurd effort to make the world over, 1894 by William Graham Summer -- 7.8) Republican Platform of 1896, June 16, 1896 -- 7.9) Speech at St. Paul, October 9, 1896 by William Jennings Bryan -- 7.10) Plessy v. Ferguson, 1896 -- 7.11) Speech to the Louisiana Constitutional Convention, May 12, 1898 by Thomas J. Semmes -- 7.12) Lochner v. New York, 1905 ------ Chap 8.) INSURGENCY AND REFORM: 8.1) Menace of the machine, February 22, 1897 by Robert M. LaFollette -- 8.2) Enemies of the Republic, October 1904 by Lincoln Steffens -- 8.3) Treason of the Senate, by David Graham Phillips -- 8.4) New nationalism, August 31, 1910 by Theodore Roosevelt -- 8.5) Declaration of principles of the National Progressive Republican League, January 21, 1911 -- 8.6) Progressive Party Platform, August 5, 1912 -- 8.7) Free men need no guardians, February 1913 by Woodrow Wilson -- 8.8) Speech accepting nomination, September 2, 1916 by Woodrow Wilson -- 8.9) Speech at Pueblo, Colorado, September 25, 1919 by Woodrow Wilson ------ Chap 9.) THE 1920s: PROSPERITY AND REACTION: 9.1) Abrams v. United States, 1919 -- 9.2) Business and government, 1921 by Warren Gamaliel Harding -- 9.3) Adkins v. Childrens Hospital, 1923 -- 9.4) Our heritage from Hamilton, January 11, 1922 by Calvin Coolidge -- 9.5) Taxation the peoples business?, 1924 by Andrew Mellon -- 9.6) Progressive Party Platform, July 4, 1924 -- 9.7) Gitlow v. People of New York, 1925 -- 9.8) Is there a Jefferson on the horizon?, December 3, 1925 by Franklin D. Roosevelt -- 9.9) What is right in business?, March 1929 by Owen D. Young -- 9.10) Dangers from centralization and bureaucracy, February 12, 1931 by Herbert Hoover -- 9.11) Veto of the Muscle Shoals Bill, March 3, 1931 by Herbert Hoover ------ Chap 10.) THE NEW DEAL: 10.1) Commonwealth Club Speech, September 23, 1932 by Franklin D. Roosevelt -- 10.2) First fireside chat of 1934, June 28, 1934 by Franklin D. Roosevelt -- 10.3) Speech on the share our wealth program, March 7, 1935 by Huey Long -- 10.4) Schechter Poultry Corp. v. United States, 1935 -- 10.5) Third annual message, January 3, 1936 by Franklin D. Roosevelt -- 10.6) Second term acceptance speech, June 27, 1936 by Franklin D. Roosevelt -- 10.7) This challenge to liberty, October 30, 1936 by Franklin D. Roosevelt -- 10.8) Speech on court reform, March 9, 1937 by Franklin D. Roosevelt -- 10.9) NLRB v. Jones and Laughlin Steel Corporation, 1937 -- 10.10) De Jonge v. Oregon, 1937 -- 10.11) Speech on liberalizing the Democratic Party, August 11, 1938 by Franklin D. Roosevelt -- 10.12) Eighth annual message, January 6, 1941 by Franklin D. Roosevelt -- 10.13) Atlantic Charter, August 14, 1941 -- 10.14) Eleventh annual message, January 11, 1944 by Franklin D. Roosevelt -- 10.15) Speech for Jefferson Day, April 13, 1945 by Franklin D. Roosevelt ------ Chap 11.) THE POSTWAR ERA: THE NEW EQUILIRIUM: 11.1) Majority report of committee investigating Senator McCarthys charges, July 17, 1950 -- 11.2) Senator McCarthy reply to majority report, July 17, 1950 -- 11.3) Veto of the McCarran Act, September 22, 1950 by Harry S. Truman -- 11.4) Dennis v. United States, 1951 -- 11.5) Executive order on security, April 27, 1953 by Dwight D. Eisenhower -- 11.6) Senate censure of Joseph McCarthy, December 2, 1954 -- 11.7) Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, 1954 -- 11.8) Speech on Little Rock crisis, September 24, 1957 by Dwight D. Eisenhower -- 11.9) Farewell address, January 17, 1961 -- 11.10) Speech on civil rights, June 11, 1963 by John F. Kennedy -- 11.11) Reynolds v. Sims, 1964 -- 11.12) Barry Goldwater, speech accepting Republican nomination, July 16, 1964 -- 11.13) Speech on civil rights, March 15, 1965 by Lyndon B. Johnson.

Title: The Jeffersonian and Hamiltonian Traditions in American Politics - A Documentary History (Anchor A464)

Author Name: Editor-Albert Fried

Categories: Politics,

Publisher: Anchor Books / Doubleday & Company: 1968

ISBN Number: B000HI19J6

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Book Condition: Collectible - Good

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