The American statesman: a political history exhibiting the origin, nature and practical operation of constitutional government in the United States; the rise and progress of parties; and the views of distinguished statesmen on questions of foreign and domestic policy; with an appendix containing explanatory notes, political essays, statistical information, and other useful matter. (Book, 1855) [WorldCat.org]
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The American statesman: a political history exhibiting the origin, nature and practical operation of constitutional government in the United States; the rise and progress of parties; and the views of distinguished statesmen on questions of foreign and domestic policy; with an appendix containing explanatory notes, political essays, statistical information, and other useful matter.
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The American statesman: a political history exhibiting the origin, nature and practical operation of constitutional government in the United States; the rise and progress of parties; and the views of distinguished statesmen on questions of foreign and domestic policy; with an appendix containing explanatory notes, political essays, statistical information, and other useful matter.

Author: Andrew W Young
Publisher: New York, Derby & Jackson, 1860.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Andrew W Young
OCLC Number: 1081073435
Description: xix, [21]-1016 pages 24 cm
Responsibility: By Andrew W. Young.

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