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Formation of the Union

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Published: 1892
Language: English
Wordcount: 78,296 / 256 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 66.5
LoC Category: D
Downloads: 490 3246
Genres: Politics, History

The second volume of the EPOCHS OF AMERICAN HISTORY aims to follow out theprinciples laid down for "THE COLONIES,"--the study of causes rather thanof events, the development of the American nation out of scattered andinharmonious colonies. The throwing off of English control, the growth outof narrow political conditions, the struggle against foreign domination,and the extension of popular government, are all parts of theuninterrupted process of the Formation of the Union.

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01). 81. References--82. Formation of political parties (1792-1794)--83. War between France and England (1793)--84. American neutrality (1793)--85. The Jay Treaty (1794-1796)--86. The Whiskey Rebellion (1794)--87. Election of John Adams (1796)--88. Breach with France (1795-1798)--89. Alien and Sedition Acts (1798)--90. Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions (1798-1800)-- 91. Election of 1800, 1801--92. Causes of the fall of the Federalists.


REPUBLICAN SUPREMACY (1801-1809). 93. References--94. The political revolution of 1801--95. Jefferson's civil service (1801-1803)--96. Attack on the judiciary (1801-1805)--97. The policy of retrenchment (1801-1809)--98. Barbary Wars (1801-1806)--99. Annexation of Louisiana (1803)--100. Federal schemes of disunion (1803- 1809)--101. The Burr conspiracy (1806, 1807)--102. Aggressions on neutral trade (1803-1807)--103. Policy of non resistance (1805-1807)--104. The embargo (1807, 1808)--105. Repeal of the embargo (1809).



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