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e-Book Capitalism and a New Social Order: The Republican Version of the 1790's (Anson G. Phelps lectureship on early American history) download

e-Book Capitalism and a New Social Order: The Republican Version of the 1790's (Anson G. Phelps lectureship on early American history) download

by Joyce Appleby

ISBN: 0814705812
ISBN13: 978-0814705810
Language: English
Publisher: New York University Press (January 1, 1984)
Pages: 132
Category: Americas
Subategory: History

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Appleby's book demonstrates that the ascendancy of the Jeffersonian Republicans in 1800 was in itself perhaps as. .The French Revolution was a catalyst in the formation of Republican political societies in the 1790s where Federalist policies were roundly attacked.

Appleby's book demonstrates that the ascendancy of the Jeffersonian Republicans in 1800 was in itself perhaps as revolutionary as the War for Independence. Appleby argues very persuasively that the rise of market relations was also very destabilizing to hierarchical social and economic relations.

They turned the 1790s into an age of passion by raising basic questions about the characters of the American experiment in government.

Aroused by the Federalists' efforts to bind the nation's wealthy citizens to a strengthened central government, the Jeffersonians unified ordinary men in the southern and middle states, mobilizing on the national level the power of the popular vote. Their triumph in 1800 represented a new sectional alliance as well as a potent fusion of morality and materialism. They turned the 1790s into an age of passion by raising basic questions about the characters of the American experiment in government.

In other words, Appleby is conflating ideas that enjoyed a fruitfully ambiguous relationship in the 1790s, in the thought of Federalists and Republicans alike.

Read by Joyce Appleby. In other words, Appleby is conflating ideas that enjoyed a fruitfully ambiguous relationship in the 1790s, in the thought of Federalists and Republicans alike.

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This study showed a new liberalism that developed at the begining of the American Republic. This study showed a new liberalism that developed at the begining of the American Republic. Applby shows how the Jeffersonian Republicans rejected the old"country party" ideology of their English ancestors and developed a more libertarian and socially liberal view of society.

Series: Anson G. Phelps lectureship on early American history.

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Joyce Oldham Appleby, American historian, educator. Member American Academy Arts and Sciences, American Philosophical Society, Smithsonian Institute (council), American History Association (president), Organization American Historians (president), Institute Early American History and Culture (council 1980-1986, chairman 1983-1989). In 1800 the Jeffersonian Republicans, decisive victors.

In 1800 the Jeffersonian Republicans, decisive victors over what they considered elitist Federalism, seized the potential for change in the new American nation. They infused in it their vision of a society of economically progressive, politically equal, and socially liberated individuals. This book examines the fusion of ideas and circumstances which made possible this triumph of America's first popular political movement.

When the Federalists convened in New York to form the "more perfect union" promised by the new United Sates Constitution, they expected to build a strong central government led by the revolutionary members of the old colonial elite. This expectation was dashed by the emergence of a vigorous opposition led by Thomas Jefferson but manned by a new generation of popular politicians: interlopers, émigrés, polemicists--what the Federalists called the "mushroom candidates." They turned the 1790s into an age of passion by raising basic questions about the characters of the American experiment in government.

When the Federalists defenders of traditional European notions of order and authority came under attack, they sought to discredit the radical beliefs of the Jeffersonians. Although the ideas that fueled the Jeffersonian opposition came from several strains of liberal and libertarian thought, it was the specific prospect of an expanding commercial agricutlure that gave substance to their conviction that Americans might divorce themselves from the precepts of the past.

Thus, capitalism figured prominently in the Jeffersonian social vision. Aroused by the Federalists' efforts to bind the nation's wealthy citizens to a strengthened central government, the Jeffersonians unified ordinary men in the southern and middle states, mobilizing on the national level the power of the popular vote. Their triumph in 1800 represented a new sectional alliance as well as a potent fusion of morality and materialism.

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