The Lincoln persuasion : remaking American liberalism /

In this, his last work, J. David Greenstone provides an important new analysis of American liberalism and of Lincoln's unique contribution to the nation's political life. Greenstone addresses Louis Hartz's well-known claim that a tradition of liberal consensus has characterized Americ...

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Author / Creator: Greenstone, J. David (Author)
Format: eBook Electronic
Language:English
Imprint: Princeton, New Jersey : Princeton University Press, [1993]
Series:Princeton studies in American politics.
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