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  Volume 30, Number 2, Summer 2010

Table of Contents


Introduction to Special Issue: Political Writing and Literature 1800-1835

pp. 171-177

The Ends of Republicanism

pp. 179-199

The Genius of Latitude: Daniel Webster and the Geographical Imagination in Early America

pp. 201-223

"Mouth for God": Temperate Labor, Race, and Methodist Reform in William Apess's A Son of the Forest

pp. 225-251

"A Warm Politition and Devotedly Attached to the Democratic Party": Catharine Read Williams, Politics, and Literature in Antebellum America

pp. 253-278

Literature and Politics in the Early Republic Views from the Bridge

pp. 279-292

"Read, Pause, and Reflect!!"

pp. 293-300

Notes and Documents

Memoir of the Northern Kingdom, Written, A.D. 1872, By the late Rev. Williamson Jahnsenykes, LL.D. and Hon. Member of the Royal American Board of Literature, in six letters to his son

pp. 301-331

Editor's Page

Editor's Page

pp. 333-334


This Bright Era of Happy Revolutions: French Consul Michel-Ange-Bernard Mangourit and International Republicanism in Charleston, 1792–1794 (review)

pp. 335-338

American Confluence: The Missouri Frontier from Borderland to Border State, and: River of Dreams: Imagining the Mississippi before Mark Twain (review)

pp. 338-341

Rebels Rising: Cities and the American Revolution (review)

pp. 342-344

The Overflowing of Friendship (review)

pp. 345-347

Man of Douglas, Man of Lincoln: The Political Odyssey of James Henry Lane (review)

pp. 347-350

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