Hannah demonstrates that the modernization of late nineteenth-century America was a spatial and geographical project.
Table of ContentsIntroduction; 1. Governmentality in context; Part I: 2. The formation of governmental objects in late nineteenth century American discourse; 3. Francis A. Walker and the formation of American governmental subjectivity; 4. American manhood and the strains of governmental subjectivity; Part II: 5. The spatial politics of governmental knowledge; 6. An American exceptionalist political economy; 7. Manhood, space and governmental regulation; Conclusion.
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