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The Jay Treaty Debate, Public Opinion, and the Evolution of Early American Political Culture

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Examines the changing role of popular politics in the early republicDuring the mid-1790s, citizens of the newly formed United Statesbecame embroiled in a divisive debate over a proposed commercialtreaty with Great Britain. Long regarded as a pivotal event in the historyof the early republic, the controversy pitted protreaty Federalistsagainst anti-treaty Jeffersonian Repub ...more
Hardcover, 267 pages
Published February 7th 2006 by University of Massachusetts Press (first published January 30th 2006)
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