By Lacy Ford
A spouse to the Civil struggle and Reconstruction КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Издательство: Blackwell Publishing LtdСерия: Blackwell partners to American HistoryАвтор(ы): Lacy ok. FordЯзык: EnglishГод издания: 2005Количество страниц: 531ISBN: 0–631–21551Формат: pdf (e-book)Размер: 1,93 mbA spouse to the Civil conflict and Reconstruction is a rare selection of 26 essays at the most vital issues and topics of the yankee Civil conflict and Reconstruction. those unique essays through most sensible students within the box are geared up into 3 elements reflecting 3 significant sessions of the warfare and its aftermath: »Sectional clash and the arriving of the Civil War,« »The Civil battle and American Society,« and »Reconstruction and the hot Nation.« each one essay is an interpretive precis of the major literature within the box and locations the subject in its ancient context. participants contain bibliographies and recommend destiny instructions for historiography. This spouse presents a helpful advisor to Civil battle and Reconstruction background. RAPIDили IFOLDER zero
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When the aged Nathaniel Macon rose in the Senate in late January 1820, to invite his northern brethren to visit his plantation “and witness the meeting between the slaves and the owner, and see the glad faces,” he was not merely defending unwaged labor in his native North Carolina. Macon was defending it in the West as well. ” Like Jefferson, James Madison and President Monroe continued to advocate diffusion as a means to emancipation, but Macon’s reverse logic was impeccable, and Ellis caught the contradiction.
Slavery might have been in a state of decline in the Chesapeake, but the sale of black bodies made it abundantly clear to Virginia and Maryland politicians where their loyalties and interests lay. Even as young bondpeople marched west, some politicians in Washington hoped to ship other slaves east. Seven years after Jefferson began his Monticello retirement, 32 douglas r. egerton an idea he ﬁrst had proposed as a young member of the Virginia Assembly resurfaced in the nation’s capital: the idea of colonizing liberated bondpeople on the western shores of Africa.
Slavery would migrate into the West and simply disappear in the vastness of empty space” (1998: 269). According to John Chester Miller, when the Marquis de Lafayette heard Jefferson explain how spreading slavery across the frontier would 34 douglas r. egerton hasten its extinction, he sadly concluded that his old friend had fallen “victim to a grand illusion” (1977: 239). Jefferson, unhappily, was hardly alone in defending this latest rationalization for state and federal inactivity regarding slavery.