Schlesinger and state rights fetish
Project MUSE - Schlesinger and The State Rights Fetish
New viewpoints in American history. by Schlesinger, Arthur M. (Arthur Meier), . revolution. Economic aspects of the movement for the constitution. The significance of Jacksonian democracy. The state rights fetish. The foundations of the modern era. The riddle of the parties
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Schlesinger concludes, the kernel if all forms of the states rights doctrine was the desire of the state governments to enhance their power or, at least, to resist encroachments of the federal authority.
New viewpoints in American history : Schlesinger,
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