Albert Gallatin: Jeffersonian Financier and Diplomat

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Contents
Prefacev
1 The Genevan Heritage, 1761-17801
2 The Romantic Years, 1780-179011
3 A Political Apprenticeship, 1788-179026
4 Spokesman of Frontier Democracy, 1790-179338
5 Benedict and Senator, 1793-179452
6 The Whiskey Rebellion: "My Only Political Sin," 1791-179465
7 The Whiskey Rebellion: "Allaying the Ferment," 1794-179576
8 Freshman Congressman, 1795-179787
9 Fighting the War with France, 1796-1799102
10 The Jeffersonian Triumph, 1799-1801119
11 Frontier Businessman, 1795-1801133
12 First Days in the Treasury, 1801-1805143
13 Patronage and Personalities, 1801-1807155
14 Gallatin, the Nationalist, 1801-1809170
15 Three Storm Clouds, 1804-1807185
16 The Trouble with the Embargo, 1807-1809200
17 The Life of a Cabinet Member, 1801-1813212
18 The Struggle with the "Invisibles," 1809-1810223
19 Overwhelmed by the War Hawks, 1810-1812237
20 "Mr. Madison's War," 1812-1813251
21 The Quest for Peace, 1813-1814266
22 Peace at Ghent, 1814276
23 The Aftermath of Ghent, 1814-1816289
24 The French Mission, 1816-1823299
25 An American Interlude, 1823-1826317
26 The London Mission and Its Aftermath, 1826-1829332
27 Citizen and Scholar, 1830-1848346
28 Financial Oracle, 1830-1841356
29 Political Oracle, 1830-1849372
Notes381
Bibliography435
Index447

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