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Index 391 Abercrombie, John, 242–243 Adams, James, 265 Adams, John, 6–7, 25, 110, 198, 227, 229, 244–246, 279, 318–319, 324 Adams, John Quincy, 175, 186 Adams, Samuel, 110 Alabama, 142, 147, 266–267 Alien and Sedition Acts, 155, 156 Alley, James, 131 Alley, John B., 49, 115, 123 Allison, William B., 50–51, 68–69, 205 Anne, Queen, 120 “Appeal of the Independent Democrats in Congress to the People of the United States,” 102, 190–191 apprentice laws, 257 Aristotle, 5, 8, 25, 26, 223–224, 244, 245, 279, 281, 283, 325 Arkansas Territory, 147 Arnold, Isaac Newton: on abolition of slavery, 123, 140; on censorship, 53; on conservatism, 105; on cotton gin, 144; on Dred Scott, 74; on founders’ views of slavery, 130, 133; on Jay, 145; on Missouri, 149; on oligarchy, 40, 54; on slavery, 100, 102, 185; in unionism, 174 Articles of Confederation, 123–124 Ashley, Delos, 73 Ashley, James Mitchell, 40, 42–43, 57, 97, 115, 133, 164, 172, 174, 179–180, 205, 296 Baker, Edward, 158 Baker, Jehu, 114, 121, 131, 171–172 Baldwin, Abraham, 137 Baldwin, John, 101, 155, 156–157, 158, 160 Banks, Nathaniel, 98, 209–210, 286 Barnard, Henry, 232–233, 239 Barron v. City of Baltimore, 15 Beale, Howard K., 293 Beamen, Fernando C., 203 Beard, Charles, 19 Beard, Mary, 19 Beauregard, P. G. T., 306 Benedict, Michael Les, 291 Benjamin, Judah, 93 Benton, Thomas, 52, 93, 163, 185–186 Bingham, John: on acts prohibiting slavery, 131, 178; Buchanan and, 177; Calhoun and, 156, 176; on Fifth Amendment, 127; on founders’ views of slavery, 118; Ohio and, 205; on slave power, 101, 178; on slavery, 130, 147–148; on Tennessee, 140 Birney, James, 183 black inferiority, perception of, 311–318 Black Reconstruction in America (DuBois), 291 Blaine, James Gillespie: on Buchanan, 222; on Dixon, 189–190; on Douglas, 210; on Kansas, 189; on Kansas–Nebraska Act, 192, 202; Mexican cession and, 177–178, 187; on Missouri, 145–146; Oregon and, 176; on slavery, 175, 183–184; on Southern control of government, 214, INDEX 392 215, 217; on Southern oligarchy, 40–41; Sumner and, 106, 107; Van Buren and, 200; Webster and, 185 Blaine Amendment, 106 Blair, Austin, 203 Blair, Francis Preston, Jr., 44–45, 80–81, 170, 307, 319–320 Blair, Jacob, 58, 59, 60–61 Blair, James, 14 Bliss, Philemon, 257 Boutwell, George, 74–75, 185, 188, 199, 215, 218–219, 286–287 Bowers, Claude, 292 Breckenridge, John C., 140 Brockman, Thomas Patterson, 238 Brooks, Preston, 86–87, 92, 219–220, 221–222 Broomall, John, 172 Brown, Gratz, 120, 127 Brown, John C., 309 Brown, Joseph, 276 Bryant, William Cullen, 284–285 Buchanan, James, 177, 222 Buckland, Ralph, 153, 205 Burke, Edmund, 84 Bush, George W., 305 Butler, Andrew Pickens, 84, 138, 197, 220–221, 281 Butler, Benjamin F., 211 Cable, George Washington, 285 Cairnes, John Elliot, 285 Calhoun, John C.: Calhoun Revolution and, 172–186; defense of slavery by, 26, 166–167, 170–171, 256; division between parties and, 217–218; Dixon and, 189; guarantee clause and, 13–14, 16–17; influence of, 152–153, 162–163, 200–201; judiciary and, 296; motives of, 153–154; Nullification Crisis and, 163–164; rejection of republicanism by, 113; state sovereignty and, 12–13, 15, 155–163, 176, 178–179; “white basis” formula and, 269; Yancey and, 259–260 California, 184–185, 187, 215 Cameron, Simon, 67 capitation tax, 238 Cass, Lewis, 182, 190 censorship, 52, 53, 57–58, 174 Chandler, Zachariah, 46–47, 172, 203, 286 charity schools, 232 Chase, Salmon P., 281 Chase, Samuel, 124 civil rights movement, 291–295, 324 Clark, Daniel, 99, 123, 133, 138–139, 140 Clarke, Reader, 118, 121, 157 classes: poor whites, 306–331; ruling, 39–41; vassal, 42–46; yeomanry, 182, 257, 265. See also nonslaveholders in slave states Clay, Clement, 250 Clay, Henry, 179, 181, 184, 189–190 Clinton, George, 232 Coles, Edward, 132 Colfax, Schuyler, 33–35, 37 Colfax Massacre, 303–304 Collamer, Jacob, 118, 120, 125–126, 140, 141, 146, 171, 176 Committee on Public Lands, 62 Committee on Territories, 190 Compromise of 1850, 83, 184–185, 196–197 Condorcet, 90 Confederate Constitution, 274–275 Congressional Reminiscences (Wentworth), 203 conservatism, 105 Constitution of Athens (Aristotle), 26 Constitutional and Political History of the United States, The (von Holst), 285 Continental Congress, 3, 121–122 Cooper, Thomas, 234–235, 239 cotton gin, 142–144 Coulter, David, 301–302 Cox, John, 291 Cox, Lawanda, 291 Cragin, Aaron, 148–149 Curry...

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9780826273918
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9780826221353
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1005201029
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2018-01-03
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