|Part One ECONOMIC PROGRAM |
|1. Prologue to Whiggery|
John Quincy Adams, State of the Union Message (1825)11
|2. The Promise of Industrialization|
Edward Everett, Fourth of July Address at Lowell,
|3. Economic Nationalism|
Henry Clay, The American System (1832)32
|4. Economic Centralization in a Democracy|
George Tucker, The National Bank (1839)44
|Part Two POLITICAL THOUGHT |
|1. The Origins of Political Authority|
Daniel Webster, Second Reply to Hayne (1830)53
|2. The Limits of Political Authority|
William Henry Harrison, Inaugural Address (1841)67
|3. The Whig Interpretation of History|
John Pendleton Kennedy, Defence of the Whigs (1844)79
|4. Whig Image-Making|
Calvin Colton, Democracy (1844)89
|5. The Family, the Nation, and the Church|
Daniel D. Barnard, The Social System (1848)106
|Part Three EDUCATION AND CULTURE |
|1. The Educated Person in America|
Nicholas Biddle, Princeton Commencement Address (1835)123
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Book title: The American Whigs:An Anthology.
Contributors: Daniel Walker Howe - Editor.
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 1973.
Page number: v.
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