One and Inseparable: Daniel Webster and the Union

One and Inseparable: Daniel Webster and the Union

by Maurice G. Baxter
     
 

One and Inseparable traces the interrelated evolution of the public career and the private life of this imposing and controversial Yankee. Reading Baxter's lucid, moving biography it is possible to understand why Ralph Waldo Emerson so detested Daniel Webster but also called him "the competest man" produced by America.See more details below

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One and Inseparable traces the interrelated evolution of the public career and the private life of this imposing and controversial Yankee. Reading Baxter's lucid, moving biography it is possible to understand why Ralph Waldo Emerson so detested Daniel Webster but also called him "the competest man" produced by America.

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David Herbert Donald
One and Inseparable is a work of superb scholarship soundly based on original research, astonishingly well informed on political developments, and masterful in its treatment of constitutional issues. This is a major biography of a major figure in American history.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780674638211
Publisher:
Harvard University Press
Publication date:
10/28/1984
Series:
Belknap Press Series
Pages:
668
Product dimensions:
6.53(w) x 9.58(h) x 1.42(d)

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