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"Let a Common Interest Bind Us Together": Associations, Partisanship, and Culture in Philadelphia, 1775-1840

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"let a Common Interest Bind Us Together": Associations, Partisanship, and Culture in Philadelphia, 1775-1840 - Koschnik, Albrecht
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After examining American society in 1831-32, Alexis de Tocqueville concluded, "In no country in the world has the principle of association been more successfully used or applied to a greater multitude of objects than in America." What he failed to note, however, was just how much experimentation and conflict, including partisan conflict, had gone into the evolution of these institutions. In "Let a Common Interest Bind Us Together" Associations, Partisanship, and Culture in Philadelphia, 1775-1840, Albrecht Koschnik ...

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"let a Common Interest Bind Us Together": Associations, Partisanship, and Culture in Philadelphia, 1775-1840 2007, University of Virginia Press, Charlottesville

ISBN-13: 9780813926483

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