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A Year In The Great Republic

Author : E. Bates
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The Great Republic

Author : Charles Morris
ISBN : SRLF:AA0008539645
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The Great Republic Being A Full And Complete History Of The American Union

Author : JAS. D. M'CABE, JR.
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The Great Republic

Author : Thomas Lake Harris
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The Great Republic Complete

Author : Hubert H. Bankcroft
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The Great Republic

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The Great Republic

Author : Lepel Henry Griffin
ISBN : 1113744383
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This is a pre-1923 historical reproduction that was curated for quality. Quality assurance was conducted on each of these books in an attempt to remove books with imperfections introduced by the digitization process. Though we have made best efforts - the books may have occasional errors that do not impede the reading experience. We believe this work is culturally important and have elected to bring the book back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide.

The Greater Republic

Author : Charles Morris
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This book contains a complete, accurate, and graphic history of our country from the first visit of the Northmen, a thousand years ago, to the opening of its new destiny, through the late struggle, resulting in the freeing of Cuba, the wresting of the Philippines, Porto Rico, and the Ladrones from the tyranny of the most cruel of modern nations, and the addition of Hawaii to our domain. The Greater United States, at one bound, assumes its place in the van of nations, and becomes the foremost agent in civilizing and christianizing the world. There are more than 300 engravings. Table Of Contents: Chapter I. Discovery And Exploration. Chapter II. Settlement Of The Thirteen Original States. Chapter III. The Intercolonial Wars And The French And Indian War. Chapter IV. The Revolution—The War In New England. Chapter V. The Revolution (Continued).—The War In The Middle States And On The Sea. Chapter VI The Revolution In The South (Concluded). Chapter VII. Organization Of The United States. Chapter VIII. Administrations Of Washington, John Adams, And Jefferson—1789-1809. Chapter IX. Administrations Of Madison, 1809-1817. Chapter X. Administrations Of James Monroe And John Quincy Adams, 1817-1829. Chapter XI. Administrations Of Jackson, Van Buren, W.H. Harrison, And Tyler, 1829-1845. Chapter XII. Famous Presidential Campaigns Previous To 1840. Chapter XIII. Administration Of Polk, 1845-1849. Chapter XIV. Administrations Of Taylor, Fillmore, Pierce, And Buchanan, 1849-1857. Chapter XV. Administration Of Lincoln, 1861-1865. Chapter XVI. Administration Of Lincoln (Continued), 1861-1865. Chapter XVII. Administration Of Lincoln (Continued), 1861-1865. Chapter XVIIIi. Administration Of Lincoln (Concluded), 1861-1865. Chapter XIX. Administrations Of Johnson And Grant 1865-1877. Chapter XX. Administrations Of Hayes, Garfield, And Arthur, 1877-1885. Chapter XXI. Administration Of Cleveland (First) And Of Harrison, 1885-1893. Chapter XXII. Administration Of Cleveland (Second), 1893-1897. Chapter XXIII. Administration Of Cleveland (Second-Concluded), 1893-1897. Chapter XXIV. Administration Of Mckinley, 1897-1901. Chapter XXV. Administration Of Mckinley (Continued), 1897-1901. Chapter XXVI. Administration Of Mckinley (Continued) 1897-1901.

The Great Republic

Author : James D. McCabe
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Rome And America The Great Republics

Author : Walter Signorelli
ISBN : 9781480863422
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In innumerable ways, the United States of America is the political and social descendant of the Roman Republic, and the influences of Rome reverberate throughout our world. Yet while America reflects the heights of Roman structures, ideas, and principles, we also now face a host of problems similar to those that the Romans faced—immigration and citizenship, the consequences of slavery, the growing divide between classes, the conflict between conservatives and progressives, and the challenges of being a superpower. In Rome and America: The Great Republics, author Walter Signorelli chronicles and compares these two greatest and enduring republics of history, explaining how they formed, grew, and prospered. He evaluates their strengths and weaknesses, the environments from which they emerged, and the values and practices they had in common. Signorelli also explores parallels between American and Roman military history, similarities between their constitutional governments, and the legacy of Roman law in America. Last, he questions whether our democratic-republican government will disintegrate as the Roman Republic disintegrated, whether it will grow stronger despite its similarities to the Roman experience, or whether it will transform itself into another form of government akin to Rome’s imperial dictatorship. More than an historical narrative or a collection of biographies, Rome and America: The Great Republics examines the political, social, economic, and moral factors that affected both nations, considering the successes and mistakes of the Romans and their implications for American society today.

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