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The republic of letters : the correspondence between Thomas Jefferson and James Madison, 1776-1826

Autore: Thomas Jefferson; James Madison; James Morton Smith
Editore: New York : Norton, 1995.
Edizione/Formato:   Libro : Biography : EnglishVedi tutte le edizioni e i formati
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Thomas Jefferson and James Madison were two major philosopher statesmen of the American Enlightenment who formed a personal and political partnership for 50 years. This three-volume set presents  Per saperne di più…

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Genere/forma: Records and correspondence
Correspondence
Informazioni aggiuntive sul formato: Online version:
Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826.
Republic of letters.
New York : Norton, 1995
(OCoLC)747304621
Persona incaricata: Thomas Jefferson; James Madison; Thomas Jefferson; James Madison
Tipo materiale: Biography, Risorsa internet
Tipo documento: Book, Internet Resource
Tutti gli autori / Collaboratori: Thomas Jefferson; James Madison; James Morton Smith
ISBN: 039303691X 9780393036916
Numero OCLC: 31243414
Descrizione: 3 volumes : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contenuti: v. 1. 1776-1790 --
v. 2. 1790-1804 --
v. 3. 1804-1836. v. 1. 1770 --
1790 : --
ch. 1. Parallel lives: Jefferson, Madison, and the revolutionary crisis, 1773-1775 --
ch. 2. Getting acquainted: Jefferson, Madison, and the Virginia House of Delegates, 1776 --
ch. 3. The beginnings of friendship: Governor Jefferson and Councillor Madison, 1779 --
ch. 4. "A most melancholy crisis," 1780-1781 --
ch. 5. Wartime cooperation: the Congressman and the Governor, 1781 --
ch. 6. From friendship to partnership, 1782-1783 --
ch. 7. From war to peace, 1783 --
ch. 8. "The justlings of states": the partners change places, 1783-1784 --
ch. 9. "The dark side of our commercial affairs": the Minister to France and the Virginia Legislator, 1784-1785 --
ch. 10. State and national reforms: the Virginia Legislator and the Minister to France, 1785-1786 --
ch. 11. Miracle in Philadelphia, 1787 --
ch. 12. The Constitution and the movement for a Bill of Rights, 1788-1789 --
ch. 13. "The Great Rights of Mankind": the adoption of the Bill of Rights, 1789 --
ch. 14. The Congressman and the Secretary of State, 1790. v. 2. 1790 --
1804 : --
ch. 15. The battle with Hamilton, 1790-1791 --
ch. 16. Party conflicts, 1791-1792 --
ch. 17. The French connection and American neutrality, 1793 --
ch. 18. "Pinching British commerce," 1793-1794 --
ch. 19. Dolley, domesticity, and the Whiskey Rebellion, 1794-1795 --
ch. 20. The Jay Treaty, 1795-1796 --
ch. 21. The election of 1796 --
ch. 22. The Vice President and the farmer: the partners trade places again, 1797 --
ch. 23. Crisis in freedom: the XYZ Affair and the Alien and Sedition Acts, 1798 --
ch. 24. The Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions and American civil liberties, 1798-1799 --
ch. 25. The Resolutions renewed, 1799 --
ch. 26. The Election of 1800 and the crisis of succession --
ch. 27. The Revolution of 1800 --
ch. 28. An interlude of peace, 1801-1802 --
ch. 29. "This Affair of Louisiana," 1803 --
ch. 30. "The Empire for Liberty," 1803-1804. v. 3. 1804 --
1836 : --
ch. 31. Foreign-policy priorities, 1804-1805 --
ch. 32. The perils of neutrality, 1805-1806 --
ch. 33. A conspiracy at home and a bad treaty abroad, 1806-1807 --
ch. 34. Embargo: the rights of neutrals and "the wrongs of the belligerents," 1807-1808 --
ch. 35. The end of the embargo, 1808-1809 --
ch. 36. Madison takes over, 1809 --
ch. 37. The Macon Bills, 1810: "Better than nothing" --
ch. 38. The politics of neutrality, 1811 --
ch. 39. War or submission: 1812 --
ch. 40. The War of 1812: a few victories but more defeats, 1812-1813 --
ch. 41. The critical Year: 1814 --
ch. 42. Mr. Madison's war ends: 1815 --
ch. 43. A joint retirement project: the origins of the University of Virginia, 1816-1817 --
ch. 44. Founding the University of Virginia, 1818-1819 --
ch. 45. Liberty and learning, 1820-1822 --
ch. 46. Reminiscing about the Revolution and the Republic, 1823 --
ch. 47. Recruiting a faculty, 1824 --
ch. 48. The University opens, 1825 --
ch. 49. Jefferson's last year, 1826 --
ch. 50. "Take care of me when dead": Madison's final years, 1826-1836.
Responsabilità: edited by James Morton Smith.
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