The Papers of John C. Calhoun: 1848-1849
THIS EDITION OF The Papers of John C. Calhoun presents documents from August 1848 through July 1849 that elaborate on the statesman's labors to rally united action among Southerners in defense of their institutions and constitutional rights. Calhoun worked to complete his Disquisition on Government, which further illuminated his stance on such fundamental issues as the nature of man in society and the natural responsibilities of governments and the governed.
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