Politics on the Periphery: Factions and Parties in Georgia, 1783-1806 (Google eBook)

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University of Delaware Press, 1986 - History - 223 pages
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By considering in detail ideology, sectionalism, social tensions, personalities, and land hunger as factors in Georgia politics, this study sheds new light on party formation in the early American republic. Illustrated.
  

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Contents

The Legacy of the Revolution
17
Flux and Fustian 17831789
43
Land and Politics 17891794
64
Factious Parties
81
This Sale of Birthright 17931795
104
The Little General Triumphant 17951796
120
Turmoil and Transition 17961800
144
The Partisan Spirit 18011806
166
Party versus Faction 18011806
181
They Do Violently Differ
199
Abbreviations
203
Bibliographical Essay
205
Index
220
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