Space, Time, and Freedom: The Quest for Nationality and the Irrepressible Conflict, 1815-1861

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Index
Adams, John Quincy: and corporate freedom, 5; on Missouri controversy, 23, 36, 48: and American System, 50, 54, 56-57, 61, 104; on progress, 65-66, 102-103; on nullification, 74; and tariff compromise, 84, 104-106; on slave power, 105-107; on democracy, 107; and civil war, 135
Allen, William, 129, 131, 134
Allison, Joseph, 186
American System: and corporate freedom, 4, 49; interpretations of, 50-53; as democratic foil, 53, 72, 85; policies of, 59-61; and economic self-sufficiency, 59-60; and Panic of 1819, 60-61; and social order, 62-63; and progress, 64-65; planter opposition to, 67-71; plain republican opposition to, 71-72; and manifest destiny, 95
Ashmun, George, 172
Atchison, David R., 133
Austin, Archibald, 67
Averett, Thomas H., 157
Badger, George F., 157, 159, 172
Baldwin, Henry, 59
Barbour, James, 43
Barbour, Philip P.: on Missouri controversy, 30, 31; on American System, 69; on nullification, 86-87
Barry, William, 183
Barton, David, 62
Bell, John, 217
Bennett, Henry, 169
Benton, Thomas Hart, 76, 80, 129
Berrien, John M., 154
Bidlack, Benjamin A., 137
Bingham, Kinsley S., 130, 161, 171
Birney, James G.: and Liberty party, 139, 140
Blair, Francis P., 194
Bocock, Thomas S., 157
Booth, Thomas, 169
Bridges, Samuel A., 182
Brinkerhoff, Jacob: and Wilmot Proviso, 122, 130
Broker state: definition of, 14-15, 135-36; negative emphasis of, in Jacksonian Democracy, 87-88; and Free Soil, 136-43; Whig contributions to, 136-37; contributions of Jacksonian Democracy to, 137-38. See also Log rolling
Brown, Albert G., 183
Buchanan, James: and Lecompton Constitution, 18, 198
Burges, Tristam, 65
Burrill, James, 25, 27
Butler, Thomas B., 161
Cabell, Edward C., 155
Caldwell, George A., 156

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • 1- Liberty And Union 3
  • 2- The Missouri Controversy 22
  • 3- Time and The American System 49
  • 4- Nullification and The Emergence Of Jacksonian Democracy 73
  • 5- Manifest Destiny 94
  • 6- Free Soil and The Irrepressible Conflict 120
  • 7- The Crisis And Compromise of 1850 148
  • 8- Progress and The Irrepressible Conflict 178
  • 9- Seward and The Repressible Conflict 211
  • Notes 239
  • Index 301
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