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Dividing the union

Matthew W. Hall

Dividing the union

Jesse Burgess Thomas and the making of the Missouri Compromise

by Matthew W. Hall

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Politics and government,
  • Legislators,
  • Missouri compromise,
  • Political aspects,
  • Slavery,
  • Biography,
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMatthew W. Hall
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE302.6.T43 H35 2016
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 269 pages
    Number of Pages269
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26882723M
    ISBN 100809334569
    ISBN 109780809334568
    LC Control Number2015013815
    OCLC/WorldCa907295883

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Dividing the Union is a brilliant book about the men who legislated America’s frontier. It follows the story of Jesse Burgess Thomas, the engineer of the Missouri Compromise, as his beliefs about slavery shift. It’s the story of a man who dedicated his life to preserving the union through compromise/5(4).

In Dividing the Union, Matthew W. Hall examines the legal issues underlying the controversy and the legislative history of the Missouri Compromise while focusing on the aspects of Thomas’s life and character that gave him such influence. The first in-depth biography of Thomas, Hall’s work demonstrates how the legislative battle over the Author: Matthew W.

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In Dividing the Union, Matthew W. Hall examines the legal issues underlying the controversy and the legislative history of the Missouri Compromise while focusing on the aspects of Thomas’s life and character that gave him such influence.

The first in-depth biography of Thomas, Hall’s work demonstrates how the legislative battle over the Compromise reflected the underlying nuances. Dividing the Union: Jesse Burgess Thomas and the Making of the Missouri Compromise by Matthew W. Hall Overview - In the Missouri controversy erupted over the issue of slavery in the newly acquired lands of the Louisiana Purchase.

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In Dividing the Union, Matthew W. Hall examines the legal issues underlying the controversy and the legislative history of the Missouri Compromise while focusing on the aspects of Thomas’s life and character that gave him such influence. The first in-depth biography of Thomas, Hall’s work demonstrates how the legislative battle over the Compromise reflected the underlying nuances of the larger struggle Brand: Southern Illinois University Press.

North Charles Street Baltimore, Maryland, USA +1 () [email protected] © Project MUSE. Produced by Johns Hopkins University. This book revisits the forgotten history of the 'European Dependency School' in the s and s, explores core-periphery relations in the European integration process and the crises of the contemporary European Union from a dependency perspective, and draws lessons for alternative development paths.

The Divided Union: A Concise History Of The American Civil War. Based upon years of teaching, the authors have produced an accessible, compelling and concise account of the five short years from to when the fledgling United States tore itself apart in a savage and unforgettable civil conflict.'/5.

“ Dividing the Union  should be required reading for modern lawmakers. In an era that was even more politically divisive than our own, Jesse Thomas did his utmost—through tact, shrewdness, and lawyerly deftness—to forge a lasting and nation-saving compromise.

In Dividing the Union, Matthew W. Hall examines the legal issues underlying the controversy and the legislative history of the Missouri Compromise while focusing on the aspects of Thomas’s life and character that gave him such influence.

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