A Staggering Revolution: A Cultural History of Thirties Photography

A Staggering Revolution: A Cultural History of Thirties Photography

by John Raeburn

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University of Illinois Press
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Table of Contents

The Significance of the Early Republic1
The Rhetoric of Conciliation: American Civic Culture and the Federalist Defense of Compromise23
"A Tub to the Whale": The Founding Fathers and Adoption of the Federal Bill of Rights46
Slavery and the Northwest Ordinance: A Study in Ambiguity75
"Cementing the Mechanic Interest": Origins of the Providence Association of Mechanics and Manufacturers103
From Fathers to Friends of the People: Political Personas in the Early Republic139
A Bridge, a Dam, a River: Liberty and Innovation in the Early Republic164
The Fragmentation of "A Great Family": The Panic of 1819 and the Rise of a Middling Interest in Boston, 1818-1822189
The Role of Labor in Early Industrialization: Philadelphia, 1787-1837214
Masks, Morals, and the Market: American Literature and Early Capitalist Culture, 1790-1820244
Voter Turnout in Early Ohio269
Republicanism and the Idea of Party in the Jacksonian Period298
From Old Hickory to Sly Fox: The Routinization of Charisma in the Early Democratic Party322
The Exercise of Sovereignty in Cherokee Georgia352
Westward the Curse of Empire: Texas Annexation and the American Whig Party373
Race, Sex, and the Dimensions of Liberty in Antebellum America403
Equity vs. Equality: Emerging Concepts of Women's Political Status in the Age of Jackson420
Free Love and Feminism: John Humphrey Noyes and the Oneida Community442
School Discipline and Punishment in Antebellum America461

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