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The Intellectual Origins of Jeffersonian Democracy, available for the first time in this Lexington Books edition, is Douglass Adair's first major work of historical inquiry. Adair was a mentor to many of the nation's leading scholars and has long been admired for his original and profound observations about the founding of the American by: The Intellectual Origins of Jeffersonian Democracy, available for the first time in this Lexington Books edition, is Douglass Adair's first major work of historical inquiry.

Adair was a mentor to many of the nation's leading scholars and has long been admired for his original and profound observations about the founding of the American s: 1. The intellectual origins of Jeffersonian democracy: republicanism, the class struggle, and the virtuous farmer.

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Written inthe work was Adair's doctoral dissertation at Yale. Douglass Greybill Adair (March 5, – May 2, ) was an American historian who specialized in intellectual is best known for his work in researching the authorship of disputed numbers of The Federalist Papers, and his influential studies in the history and influence of republicanism in the United States during the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries—the era of.

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We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. THE FEDERALISTREPUBLICAN ANTAGONISM AND THE CON. 1: THE PARTY AFFILIATIONS OF THE MEMBERS OF THE CON. Buy The intellectual origins of Jeffersonian democracy: republicanism, the class struggle, and the virtuous farmer by Douglass G Adair, Mark E Yellin (Editor), Joyce Appleby (Foreword by) online at Alibris.

We have new and used copies available, in 0 edition - starting at. Shop now. admirers had expected him to produce a book that would elaborate the themes he sketched out in his I Yale dissertation, "The Intellectual Origins of Jeffersonian America." Yet the urgency of publishing "Intellectual Origins" probably diminished for Adair over the years.

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Notions of democracy and nationhood constitute the pivotal legacy of the American Revolution, but to understand their development one must move beyond a purely American context.

Citizens of a Common Intellectual Homeland explores the simultaneous emergence of modern concepts of democracy and the nation on both sides of the Atlantic during the age of : Armin Mattes. Now an established classic, Intellectual Origins of American Radicalism was the 1st book to explore this alternative current of American political thought.

Stemming back to the 17th-century English Revolution, many questioned private property, the sovereignty of the nation-state & slavery, affirming the common man's ability to govern.4/5.

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Yet it is not about Tocqueville himself. Rather, Tocqueville features prominently in it because his starting point for writing his best known work has been similar to this project: approaching the origins and nature.

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His book is looking for villains, not just among the plutocrats who make a mockery of democracy but among the well-intentioned liberals, from the Clintons to Author: Benjamin Waterhouse. Mark E. Yellin, also a Fellow at Liberty Fund, received his Ph.D.

from Rutgers University, has taught at North Carolina State University, and edited Douglass Adair’s Intellectual Origins of. Trevor Colbourn, The Lamp of Experience: Whig History and the Intellectual Origins of the American Revolution (Indianapolis MB: This text-based PDF or EBook was created from the HTML version of this book and is part of the Portable Library of Liberty.

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Adair, professor of history at the College. American Sphinx: The Contradictions of Thomas Jefferson. An essay by historian Joseph Ellis from the November-December issue of Civilization: The Magazine of the Library of Congress.

American Sphinx: The Character of Thomas Jefferson (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, ), which won the National Book Award for Nonfiction.

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