The Right to Vote: The Contested History of Democracy in the United States

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APPENDIX SOURCES

MULTISTATE SOURCES, TABLES A.1-A.16
Adams Willi Paul, The First American Constitutions: Republican Ideology and the Making of the State Constitutions in the Revolutionary Era, Rita and Robert Kimber, trans. ( Chapel Hill, NC, 1980).
Aylsworth Leon, "The Passing of Alien Suffrage," American Political Science Review 25 ( February 1931): 114-16.
Evans Taliesin, American Citizenship and the Right of Suffrage in the United States ( Oakland, Calif., 1892).
Green Fletcher M., Constitutional Development in the South Atlantic States, 1776-1860. A Study in the Evolution of Democracy ( Chapel Hill, NC, 1930).457
Jones Samuel, A Treatise on the Right of Suffrage ( Boston, 1842).
Kousser J. Morgan, The Shaping of Southern Politics: Suffrage Restriction and the Establishment of the One- Party South, 1880-1910 ( New Haven, CT, 1974).
Kruman Marc S., "The Second American Party System and the Transformation of Revolutionary Republicanism," Journal of the Early Republic 12, 4 ( 1992): 509-37.
Lowell, Kendrick, and Harold Salisbury, eds., General Constitutional and Statutory Provisions Relative to Suffrage Published by the Legislative Reference Bureau of the Rhode Island State Library ( Providence, 1912).
McCool Daniel, "Indian Voting," in Vine Deloria Jr., ed., American Indian Policy in the Twentieth Century ( Norman, OK, 1985),105-33.
McGovney Dudley O., The American Suffrage Medley: The Need for a National Uniform Suffrage ( Chicago, 1949).
Native and Alien. The Naturalization Laws of the United States: Containing Also the Alien Laws of the State of New York ( Rochester, NY, 1855).
Porter Kirk H., A History of Suffrage in the United States ( Chicago, 1918).
Raskin Jamin B., "Legal Aliens, Local Citizens: The Historical Constitutional and Theoretical Meanings of Alien Suffrage," University of Pennsylvania Law Review 141 ( April 1993): 1391-1470.
"Restoring the Ex-Offenders Right to Vote: Background and Developments" (note), American Criminal Law Review 11 ( 1973): 721-70.
Rosberg Gerald M., "Aliens and Equal Protection: Why Not the Right to Vote?" Michigan Law Review 75 ( April-May 1977): 1092-1136.
Steinfeld Robert J., "Property and Suffrage in the Early American Republic," Stanford Law Review 41, 2 ( January 1989): 335-76.
Swindler William, ed., Sources and Documents of United States Constitutions, 11 Vols. ( Dobbs Ferry, NY, 1973- 1988).
Thorpe Francis, ed., Federal and State Constitutions, 7 Vols. ( Washington, 1909).
Williamson Chilton, American Suffrage: From Property to Democracy, 1760-1860 ( Princeton, 1960).

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface xi
  • Part I - The Road to Partial Democracy 1
  • One - In the Beginning 3
  • Two - Democracy Ascendant 26
  • Three - Backsliding and Sideslipping 53
  • Part II - Narrowing the Portals 77
  • Four - Know-Nothings, Radicals, and Redeemers 81
  • Five - The Redemption of the North 117
  • Six - Women's Suffrage 172
  • Part III - Toward Universal Suffrage -- and Beyond 223
  • Seven - The Quiet Years 225
  • Eight - Breaking Barriers 256
  • Conclusion - The Project of Democracy 316
  • Appendix - State Suffrage Laws, 1775-1920 325
  • Appendix - Sources 391
  • Notes 403
  • Index 453
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