The world of the revolutionary American republic : land, labor, and the conflict for a continent / edited by Andrew Shankman
Contributor(s): Shankman, Andrew.Series: The Routledge worlds.Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, 2017Description: xvii, 460 Pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.ISBN: 9781138042872; 9780415537087.Subject(s): English literature | United States -- History -- 1783-1865 | United States -- History -- Revolution -- 1775-1783 | United StatesDDC classification: 973.4
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
1. Introduction: Conflict for a Continent: Land, Labor, and the State in the Revolutionary American Republic, Andrew ShankmanSection I: Movement and Mastery: Eighteenth Century Origins of the Revolutionary Republic2. Movement of Ideas, Movement of Goods: The British Empire in Theory and Practice, Zara Anishanslin3. Slavery and the Causes of the American Revolution In Plantation British America, Trevor Burnard4. Native Nations in the Age of Revolution, Christina SnyderSection II: The Quest for Continental Control5. Independent for Whom?: Expansion and Conflict in the South and Southwest, Kathleen DuVal6. Independence for Whom?: Expansion and Conflict in the Northeast and Northwest, Alyssa Mt. Pleasant7. "Such Things Ought Not to Be:" The American Revolution and the First National Great Depression, Allan Kulikoff8. Consolidating a Revolutionary Republic, Max M. Edling9. The Empire of Liberty: Land of the Free, Home of the Slave, Peter Onuf10. Atlantic Antislavery, American Ambition: The Problem of Slavery in the United States in an Age of Disruption, 1770-1808, James Alexander Dun11. The War of 1812: The Struggle for a Continent, Alan Taylor12. The Theory of Civilized Sentiments: Emotion and the Creation of the United States, Nicole EustaceSection III: Internal and External Conflicts: The Emergence of a Continental Hegemon13. Natural Rights and National Greatness: Economic Ideology and Social Policy in the American States, 1780s-1820s, J.M. Opal14. Land Conflict and Land Policy in the United States, 1785-1841, Reeve Huston15. The "High-road to a Slave Empire:" Conflict and the Growth and Expansion of Slavery on the North American Continent, John Craig Hammond16. Dissenters from the Mainstream: the National and International Dimensions of Moral Reform, Emily Conroy-Krutz17. The Pendulum Swings: The Rise of an Anti-Slavery Sentiment between the American Revolution and the Civil War, Richard Newman18. The World the Slaveholders Craved: Proslavery Internationalism in the 1850s, Matthew Karp29. The Republic in Peril: Expansion, the Politics of Slavery, and the Crisis of the 1850s, Michael A. Morrison