||New perspectives on Jacksonian history
New perspectives on Jacksonian history. ^A1349091
||"The new system which out Hamiltons Alexander Hamilton" -- "Whatever the people will, at any particular moment, must be done" -- "A step between the throne and the scaffold" -- Judicious and injudicious tariffs -- Scratching and itch -- The Harrisburg Convention -- Wolves in sheep's clothing -- "The people are greatly excited on the subject of the tariff" -- "Every American must give up a little for his country" -- "Repeal the tariff or repeal the union" -- "Our country is at an awful and momentous crisis" -- The winter of discontent -- "Democracy seeks the benefit of all at the expense of none" -- "Congress should be made to see and hear that the people are in earnest" -- "If you elect us boys, the tariff of 1842 is safe" -- "Mr. Polk's death warrant is sealed" -- "Even the tariff is not a question on which opposite political parties are united in taking opposite sides" -- "Free trade and slavery are twin measures."
||"This book analyzes the tariff debates in Congress during the Age of Jackson. Even though the tariff typically provided the federal government with ninety percent of its revenue, historians have neglected this issue. This first major work on the tariff in more than 100 years argues that the tariff helped to draw more Americans into the political process"-- Provided by publisher.
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references and index.|
|Issued in other form||Online version: Bolt, William K., 1977- Tariff wars and the politics of Jacksonian America. Nashville : Vanderbilt University Press,  9780826521385|