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true Whig displayed
|Statement||by a Tory.|
|Contributions||Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||AC901 .M5 vol. 1029, no. 7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 21,  p. ;|
|Number of Pages||21|
|LC Control Number||95854276|
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Cooper, Jr., Louisiana State UniversityCited by: There are few books that I have read that have made huge impact on me, but I think Dr. Herbert Butterfield’s, “The Whig Interpretation of History” will be one of them.
Don’t let the name fool you: the “Whig Interpretation” could be called the “progressive view” as well, which is /5. Deeds Not Words: A History of the True Whig Party, Volume 1 Deeds Not Words: A History of the True Whig Party, Robert A.
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Poems on a variety of subjects; titles include Monrovia, Song of the Dead. Barclay, a member of Liberia's True Whig political party, served as the country's 18th president from Contributor: Barclay, Edwin J.
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Eighty years have passed since a young Cambridge don named Herbert Butterfield published in a slender volume entitled The Whig Interpretation of History.
What exactly this curious phrase meant was not immediately clear, since it had never before appeared in print. The Rise and Fall of the American Whig Party weighs in at pages of densely printed text (almost twice the words on an ordinary book page get crammed onto one of Holt's), followed by another two hundred pages of even more minuscule endnotes, plus a bibliography and index.
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On 13 Septemberthe Whigs expelled President John Tyler from their Party, outraged over his “betrayal” of what they considered true Whig political and economic principles. Shorty over two years later, on 28 FebruaryAbel P. Upshur, Tyler’s trusted Secretary of State and perhaps the best Constitutional scholar in the United.
Most Americans remember the Whigs as morally uptight New Englanders who provided us with some of our more mediocre presidents. In his exhaustively researched book The Rise and Fall of the American Whig Party, Michael F. Holt partially rehabilitates the reputation of this once-thriving political party.4/5(32).
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More than it being a personal narrative, the book offers a passionate defense of the Tolbert government, True Whig Party rule, and Americo-Liberian hegemony.
The authors also make a scathing critique and paints a bleak portrait of the so-called progressive forces -MOJA and PPP - their leaders, and their purported role and challenge they pose to.
Ashcraft and Goldsmith () have traced in detail in the period to the major influence of the liberal political ideas of John Locke on Whig political values, as expressed in widely cited manifestos such as "Political Aphorisms: or, the True Maxims of Government Displayed", an anonymous pamphlet that appeared in and was widely Merged into: Liberal Party.The incumbent, True Whig Party, was represented by Charles D.
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