By Sean Wilentz

Книга Chants Democratic: manhattan urban and the increase of the yank Working... Chants Democratic: long island urban and the increase of the yank operating classification, 1788-1850Книги English литература Автор: Sean Wilentz Год издания: 2004 Формат: pdf Издат.:Oxford collage Press Страниц: 480 Размер: 23,4 ISBN: 019517450X Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:Review"The most sensible publication but written concerning the emergence of recent York City's operating category and a tremendous contribution to American working-class history."--The New Republic"[Chants Democratic] has no equivalent in breadth of topic, grace of fashion or acuity of interpretation."--The Nation"Wilentz has written the assertion on Jacksonian New York.... an outstanding breakthrough in either American social and American political history."--Journal of yank History"A striking publication that would quick identify itself within the historiography and exert a robust impression at the destiny path of social, hard work, and political history."--Journal of Interdisciplinary HistoryProduct DescriptionSince its book in 1984, Chants Democratic has persisted as a vintage narrative on exertions and the increase of yank democracy. In it, Sean Wilentz explores the dramatic social and highbrow adjustments that followed early industrialization in big apple. He offers a wide ranging chronicle of recent York City's exertions strife, social pursuits, and political turmoil within the eras of Thomas Jefferson and Andrew Jackson. 20 years after its preliminary ebook, Wilentz has further a brand new preface that takes inventory of his personal considering, then and now, approximately long island urban and the increase of the yankee operating classification.

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Formal republican thought was a political ideology, a world view that distinguished sharply between society and government and held that social disorder stemmed from political corruption. Nevertheless, it bore close associations to social relations outside of politics, associations that were severely tested as Americans came to consider their own way of life as peculiarly conducive to a proper republican order. 24 By 1850, with the erosion of the artisan system, that shared vision had virtually collapsed and been replaced by new and opposing conceptions of republican politics and the social relations that would best sustain them.

Cochran, "The Business Revolution," AHR 79 (1974): 1444-66. See also idem, Frontiers of Change: Early Industrialism in America (New York, 1981), ^-37 • 6. John M. Duncan, Travels through Part of the United States and Canada in 1818 and 1819 (New York, 1823), II, 25. 7. Ira P. Rosenwaike, The Population History of New York City (Syracuse, 1972), 15-28; Pomerantz, New York, 201-9; John W. Francis, Old New York: or, Reminiscences of the Last Sixty Years (New York, 1858), 15. , 1936), I, 87-90; Betsy Blackmar, "Re-walking the 'Walking City': Housing and Property Relations in New York City, 1780-1840," Radical History Review 21 (1979): 131-48.

8 While they cleared the way for a more realistic appraisal of party politics and political culture, the counter-Progressives left a great deal to be explained about Jacksonian New York and Jacksonian America. The obvious and growing inequalities of wealth and power in the early-nineteenth-century metropolis seemed to demand closer attention than most counter-Progressives were willing to pay. It was still possible, of course, to argue that these inequalities did not shake the fundamental American consensus or that the politicians handled them in ways that did not upset their own political power.

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