The Life and Times of Henry Clay

The Life and Times of Henry Clay

by Calvin Colton
     
 

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1846. Volume Two of Two. A history of Henry Clay, also known as The Great Pacificator, or The Great Compromiser. He was an American statesman, U.S. congressman and U.S. senator, who was a major promoter of the Missouri Compromise, the compromise tariff of 1833 (ending the Nullification crisis), and the Compromise of 1850, all efforts to balance the rights of free and

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1846. Volume Two of Two. A history of Henry Clay, also known as The Great Pacificator, or The Great Compromiser. He was an American statesman, U.S. congressman and U.S. senator, who was a major promoter of the Missouri Compromise, the compromise tariff of 1833 (ending the Nullification crisis), and the Compromise of 1850, all efforts to balance the rights of free and slave states. Clay was twice the unsuccessful Whig candidate for president. Contents: The Currency; Removal of Deposits; The Expunging Resolution; The Protective Policy; The Compromise Tariff; Nullification versus a Southern Planter; History of Opinion on the Protective Policy; Political Economy as it Respects the Protective Policy; Mr. Clay's Eastern Tour in 1833; Mr. Clay and the Twenty-Seventh Congress; Mr. Clay's Resignation and Valedictory Address; Mr. Clay in Retirement; The Presidential Campaign of 1844; The Disappointment; and Reflections. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing. Other volumes in this set are ISBN(s): 1417944560.

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ISBN-13:
9781341542152
Publisher:
Palala Press
Publication date:
09/04/2015
Pages:
510
Product dimensions:
6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 1.13(d)

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