Power for Sanity: Selected Editorials of William Cullen Bryant, 1829-1861

By William Cullen Bryant; William Cullen Bryant II | Go to book overview

CONTENTS
Acknowledgmentsxv
Forewordxvii
Introductionxix
Editorial Notexxvii
EDITORIALS:
1829
John Quincy Adams Gives Way to Jackson. March 51
1832
Effect of Climate on Age. March 11
A Leaf from Mrs. Trollopes Memorandum Book. July 94
Jackson's Veto of the Bank Recharter. July 306
A City Emptied by the Cholera Plague. August 207
The Corrupting Influence of the Bank. October 48
Jackson's Victory over Henry Clay. November 129
Mr. Van Buren's Return from England. November 2211
South Carolina Must Yield. December 712
South Carolina Risking Ruin. December 2113
1833
Some Poets. January 2614
Andrew Jackson Visits New York. June 1316
The Removal of the Deposits. September 2317
1834
Three Opposition Leaders: Clay, Calhoun, and Webster. March 3119
1836
How Abolitionists Are Made April 2122
Petitions Against Slavery. May 2023
The Right to Strike and Journeymen Tailors. May 3125
U.S. Consular Service and the Passport System. May 3126

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments xv
  • Foreword xvii
  • Introduction xix
  • Notes xxiv
  • Editorial Note xxvii
  • Editorials 1
  • Index 389
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