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One nation indivisible : the union in American thought, 1776-1861

Author: Paul C Nagel
Publisher: New York : Oxford University, ©1964.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Paul C Nagel
OCLC Number: 487586
Description: vii, 328 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: pt. 1. Of form and function. Experiment --
Polity --
Spirit --
Absolute --
pt. 2. Of ideal and image. Mission --
Legend --
Symbol --
pt. 3. Misgiving. Uneasy yoke --
What of disunion?
Responsibility: Paul C. Nagel.

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