The Calhoun-Randolph Debate on the Eve of the War of 1812

The Calhoun-Randolph Debate on the Eve of the War of 1812

A Primary Source Investigation

Book - 2005
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Baker & Taylor
Discusses the events leading up to the Calhoun-Randolph debate, and examines how their ideas and goals impacted the shaping of the United States.

Rosen Pub Group
This title documents the main congressional debate over whether or not the United States should become involved in the military conflict with England that would later be known as the War of 1812. It provides biographical information that shows how John Randolph and John Calhoun came to hold their respective position, and outlines the issues that led to our conflict with England. It reveals the political maneuverings of the so-called War Hawks, Randolph’s votes, and details how the arguments on both sides held up against the realities of the conflict. Includes excerpts from congressional records.

Publisher: New York : Rosen Pub. Group, 2005
ISBN: 1404201505 (lib. bdg.)
Branch Call Number: Y973.52 SIL
Characteristics: 64 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 27 cm

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