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Authors: Hugo Playfair
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Brother Jonathan's Cottage; Or, A Friend in the Fallen
Language: en
Pages: 235
Authors: Henry H. Tator
Categories: American fiction
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Brother Jonathan : or, The New Englanders [by J. Neal].
Language: en
Pages: 451
Authors: John Neal
Categories: American fiction
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The Playfair Papers, Or Brother Jonathan, “the Smartest Nation in All Creation.” [By Paul Patterson.] Illustrated by Robert Cruikshank
Language: en
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Authors: John Neal
Categories: American fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 1841 - Publisher:

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Brother Jonathan's Welcome to Kossuth
Language: en
Pages: 27
Authors: Eugene Batchelder
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Heritage Resources Law
Language: en
Pages: 608
Authors: National Trust for Historic Preservation
Categories: Law
Type: BOOK - Published: 1999-01-20 - Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

A comprehensive reference for the growing field of environmental law, this important legal primer defines and interprets the statues and federal policies that protect archeological resources in land and water environments.
Liberty and Freedom
Language: en
Pages: 851
Authors: David Hackett Fischer, Harmondsworth Professor of American History and Fellow David Hackett Fischer
Categories: History
Type: BOOK - Published: 2005 - Publisher: Oxford University Press

A stunningly original and inspiring illustrated history of America's founding ideals and how they have been understood from colonial times to the present, by one of America's most gifted historians.
HNAI Dallas Signature Auction Catalog
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Authors: Ivy Press
Categories: History
Type: BOOK - Published: 2006-09 - Publisher: Heritage Capital Corporation

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Regionalism and Nationalism in the United States
Language: en
Pages: 388
Authors: Donald Davidson
Categories: Philosophy
Type: BOOK - Published: 2017-09-29 - Publisher: Routledge

A quarter of a century before Lyndon B. Johnson popularized the slogan ""The Great Society,"" Donald Davidson wrote his critique of Leviathan, the omnipotent nation-state, in terms that only recently have come to be appreciated. ""Leviathan is the idea of the Great Society, organized under a single, complex, but strong and highly centralized national government, motivated ultimately by men's desire for economic welfare of a specific kind rather than their desire for personal liberty. "" Originally published as The Attack on Leviathan, this eloquent volume is an attack on state centralism and an affirmation of regional identity.Davidson's work is a special sort of intellectual as well as social history. It reveals an extraordinary mastery of the literature on regionalism in the United States, with special emphasis on the work on Rupert Vance and Howard Odum in the social sciences. Davidson looks at regionalism in arts, literature, and education. He favors agriculture over industrialization, and ""the hinterland"" over cities, examining along the way varying historical memories, the dilemma of Southern liberals, and the choice of expedience or principles. His book is a forceful and commanding challenge to those who would push for central authority at the sacrifice of individual and regional identity. Davidson concludes with a devastating critique of nationalism leading to a supra-nationalism. Ultimately, the heterogeneity of human desires comes up against the uniformity of world systems and world states. Davidson offers instead a broad world of intellectual history and commentary in which individualism allies itself with communities as a means for stemming the tide of collectivism and its base in a world state. For Davidson, Leviathan, the monstrous state, is a devourer, not a savior. As several peoples rise to strike down their own Leviathans, this courageous book may be better understood now than it was in 1938.Donald Davidson