Other examples are sprinkled throughout the text. In Virginia neither badges nor philosophers were needed. Thomas Paine and Samuel Adams lacked the constructive ideas that appealed to those interested in forming a new government. University of Pennsylvania Press, The American Crisis papers December —December spurred Americans to fight on through the blackest years of the war.
His huge history and biography of Puritan New England, Magnalia Christi Americana, inand his vigorous Manuductio ad Ministerium, or introduction to the ministry, inwere defenses of ancient Puritan convictions. His pamphlet Common Sense January did much to influence the colonists to declare their independence.
Hamilton, who wrote perhaps 51 of the Federalist papers, became a leader of the Federalist Party and, as first secretary of the treasury —95wrote messages that were influential in increasing the power of national government at the expense of the state governments.
The Ordeal of Colonial Virginia is inarguable. Morgan, American Slavery, American Freedom: Race closed the circle by creating a clear visual mark between citizen and slave.
The 18th century In America in the early years of the 18th century, some writers, such as Cotton Mathercarried on the older traditions. Drama and the novel In the years toward the close of the 18th century, both dramas and novels of some historical importance were produced.
What, then, explains the continuing appeal of this particular book and its interpretations? The new nation In the postwar period some of these eloquent men were no longer able to win a hearing.
The English had come to view their poor almost as an alien race, with inbred traits of character that justified plans for their enslavement or incarceration in workhouses. Morgan, in American Slavery, American Freedom, crafted a history for all seasons—able to please the intellectual historian right along with social and economic historians.
I would argue it has a lot to do with the sort of historian Edmund Morgan was and his place in the profession. She wrote vividly of what she saw and commented upon it from the standpoint of an orthodox believer, but a quality of levity in her witty writings showed that she was much less fervent than the Pilgrim founders had been.
A different group of authors, however, became leaders in the new period— Thomas Jefferson and the talented writers of the Federalist papersa series of 85 essays published in and urging the virtues of the proposed new constitution.
Few interpretations of any historical question can claim such sustained influence. It required continual denunciations from a battery of philosophers and reformers; it even required special badges, to proclaim the differentness of the poor to the undiscerning, who might otherwise mistake them for ordinary men.
And as the number of poor white Virginians diminished, the viscous traits of character attributed by Englishmen to their poor could in Virginia increasingly appear to be exclusive heritage of blacks. Though sincerely religious, he showed in daily records how commercial life in New England replaced rigid Puritanism with more worldly attitudes.
Groping through all this chaos produced a solution to these problems—broad-based white freedom linked tightly with total bondage for blacks. Bring fact-checked results to the top of your browser search.
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