Prologue to War: England and the United States, 1805-1812

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University of California Press, Jan 1, 1961 - History - 457 pages
Second vol. in a trilogy, the first of which is the author's The first rapprochement; and the third of which is his Castlereagh and Adams. "Notes on the sources": p. 439-446. Bibliographical footnotes.
 

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Contents

BELEAGUERED BRITAIN
1
REPUBLICANISM AND NEUTRALITY
32
IS NATIONAL INDEPENDENCE A DREAM?
67
THE TREATY OF 1806
101
ALTERNATIVE TO WAR
140
CANNING AND PERCEVAL
184
Amer1cas hum1l1at1on
223
WAR HAWKS ARE FLEDGED
261
REPEAL OF THE ORDERS
300
THE ASSEMBLED WISDOM OF THE COUNTRY
342
WAR AT LAST
377
th1s unnatural war
418
NOTE ON THE SOURCES
439
INDEX
447
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PETER PIVEN, FAIA, is a principal consultant of The Coxe Group, Inc., in Philadelphia, the oldest and largest multidisciplinary firm providing marketing and management consultation to design professionals. Author of Architect's Essentials of Ownership Transition (Wiley), he guest lectures at the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Fine Arts, the Harvard Graduate School of Design, and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
BRADFORD PERKINS, FAIA, OAA, AICP, is the founding principal of Perkins Eastman Architects, PC, a twenty-year-old architecture, planning, and interior design firm based in New York. He is a frequent lecturer on design and design-firm management topics, as well as the coauthor of Building Type Basics for Elementary and Secondary Schools (Wiley) and many industry articles.

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