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The Cambridge History of English and American Literature in 18 Volumes (1907–21).
Vol. 17. Later National Literature, Part II.


XXI. Political Writing Since 1850.

Bibliography.



PARTICULAR AUTHORS

Bryce, James. The American Commonwealth. 2 vols. 1888.
Burgess, J. W. Political Science and Comparative Constitutional Law. 1890.
Cheves, Langdon. Speech before the Delegates of the Nashville Convention. Columbia, 1850.
Christy, David. Cotton is King. Cincinnati, 1855.
Commons, J. R. Proportional Representation. 1896. (Ed.) Documentary History of American Industrial Society. Cleveland, 1910. 10 vols.
Conant, Chas. A. The United States and the Orient. Boston, 1900.
Cox, S. S. Three Decades of Federal Legislation. Providence, 1885.
Croly, Herbert. Progressive Democracy. 1914.
Curtis, G. W. Orations and Addresses. 3 vols. 1894.
Davis, Jefferson. Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government. 1881.
Dew, T. R. Review of the Debates in the Virginia Legislature. Richmond, 1833. Essay on Slavery. Richmond, 1849.
Eaton, D. B. Civil Government in Great Britain. 1880.
Elliott, E. N. (Ed.) Cotton is King, etc. Atlanta, 1860.
Fitzhugh, G. Sociology for the South. Richmond, 1854. Cannibals All. Richmond, 1857.
Fisher, S. G. The Trial of the Constitution. Philadelphia, 1862.
George, Henry. Progress and Poverty. 1879.
Goodloe, D. R. Inquiry into the Causes which Retard the Development of Wealth and the Increase of Population in the Southern States. Washington, 1846. The Southern Platform. Boston, 1858.
Goodnow, F. J. Comparative Administrative Law. 1893.
Hale, E. E. The Man without a Country. Boston, 1863.
Hammond, J. H. Letters on Slavery. Columbia, 1845.
Harper, William. Memoir on Slavery. Charleston, 1838.
Harvey, W. H. Coin’s Financial School. Chicago, 1894.
Helper, H. R. The Impending Crisis of the South. 1857.
Hoar, G. F. Autobiography of Seventy Years. 1903.
Hodge, Chas. Bible Argument on Slavery. Augusta, 1860.
Hopkins, J. H. Scriptural, Historical, and Ecclesiastical View of Slavery. 1864.
Hurd, J. C. The Theory of our National Existence. Boston, 1881.
Jameson, J. A. The Constitutional Convention. 1866.
Johnson, T. L. My Own Story. 1913.
Kelley, O. H. Origin and Progress of the Patrons of Husbandry. Washington, 1876.
La Follette, R. M. Autobiography. Washington, 1913.
Laughlin, J. L. History of Bimetallism in the United States. 1885.
Lieber, Francis. Civil Liberty and Self Government. Philadelphia, 1853. Political Ethics. Boston, 1838.
Lincoln, Abraham. Complete Works. Edited by John G. Nicolay and John Hay. 2 vols. 1902.
Lloyd, H. D. Wealth vs. Commonwealth. 1894.
Mahoney, D. A. A Prisoner of State. 1863. The Four Acts of Despotism. 1863.
Morse, S. F. B. Foreign Conspiracy against the Liberties of the United States. 7th ed. 1852.
Morgan, A. T. Yazoo, or On the Picket Line of Freedom in the South. 1889.
Nordhoff, Charles. The Cotton States. 1875–1876.
Peffer, W. A. The Farmer’s Side. 1891. The Rise and Fall of Populism in the United States. 1900.
Periam, J. The Groundswell. Cincinnati and Chicago, 1874.
Pike, J. S. The Prostrate State. 1874.
Pollard, E. A. Black Diamonds gathered in the Darkey Homes of the South. 1859. The Lost Cause. 1866. The Lost Cause Regained. 1868. Life of Jefferson Davis. Philadelphia, n.d.
Poore, Ben. P. Perley’s Reminiscences. 2 vols. Philadelphia, n.d.
Powderley, T. V. Thirty Years of Labor. Columbus, 1890.
Reagan, J. H. Memoirs. 1906.
Reid, Whitelaw. After the War. 1866.
Roosevelt, Theodore. The New Nationalism. 1910. Autobiography. 1913.
Ross, F. A. Slavery Ordained of God. Philadelphia, 1857.
Ruffin, Edmund. Political Economy of Slavery. Richmond, 1857.
Ruffiner, Henry. Address to the People of West Virginia. Lexington, 1847.
Sage, B. J. (Centz, P. C.). The Republic of Republics, or American Federal Liberty. London, 1865.
Schurz, Carl. Reminiscences. 3 vols. 1907–09.
Seabury, Samuel. American Slavery Distinguished from the Slavery of English Theorists and Justified by the Law of Nations. 1861.
Seligman, E. R. A. The Income Tax. 1911.
Seward, W. H. Works. 5 vols. Boston, 1883.
Shaw, Albert. Municipal Government in Great Britain. 1895. Municipal Government in Continental Europe. 1895.
Sherman, John. Recollections of Forty Years. 2 vols. Chicago, n.d.
Simms, W. G. (Ed.) Pro Slavery Argument. Philadelphia, 1853.
Smith, W. A. Lectures on the Philosophy and Practice of Slavery. Nashville, 1856.
Stephens, A. H. Constitutional View of the Late War Between the States. Philadelphia, n.d. Reviewers Reviewed. 1872. Recollections; Prison Diary. 1910.
Stowe, Harriet Beecher. Uncle Tom’s Cabin. Boston, 1852. Key to Uncle Tom’s Cabin. Boston, 1853.
Stringfellow, Thornton. The Bible Argument vs. Slavery. Nashville, 1856.
Stuart, Moses. Conscience and the Constitution. Boston, 1850.
Sumner, Charles. Works. 15 vols. Boston, 1870–93. Memoir and Letters. 4 vols. Boston, 1877–93.
Sumner, W. G. Protectionism. Relation of Tariff to Wages. 1888.
Trescott, W. H. Position and Course of the South. Charleston, 1850.
Welles, Gideon. Diary. 3 vols. Boston, 1911.
Wells, D. A. Creed of a Free Trader. 1875.
West, Max. The Inheritance Tax. New York, 1893.
Westen, G. M. Progress of Slavery in the United States. Washington, 1857.
Weyl, Walter E. The New Democracy. 1912.
White, Horace. Coin’s Financial Fool. 1896.
Whiting, William. War Powers under the Constitution. Boston, 1862, et seq.
Whitney, T. R. A Defence of the American Policy as opposed to the Encroachments of Foreign Influences. 1856.
Willoughby, W. W. The Nature of the State. 1896.
Wilson, Woodrow. Congressional Government. Boston, 1888. The New Freedom. New York, 1913.
Woolsey, T. D. Political Science. 1877.

HISTORICAL AND CRITICAL

American Nation, The. A History. 27 vols. 1906–1918.
Barnett, J. D. Operation of the Initiative, Referendum, and Recall in Oregon. 1915.
Bassett, J. S. Anti-Slavery Leaders of North Carolina. Baltimore, 1898.
Beard, C. A. Contemporary American History. 1914.
Brown, Joseph E. Life … by H. Fielder. Springfield, 1887.
Buck, S. J. The Granger Movement. 1915.
Commons, J. R., et al. History of Labour in the United States. 2 vols. 1918.
Curtis, G. W. Life … by Edward Cary. Boston, 1894.
Dew, T. R., by R. Midgette. Branch Historical Papers, 111.
Dewitt, B. P. The Progressive Movement. 1915.
Davis, Jefferson. Life … by W. E. Dodd. Philadelphia, 1907.
Dodd, W. E. The Cotton Kingdom. New Haven, 1919.
Dunning, W. A. Essays in the Civil War and Reconstruction. 1898.
Eaton, A. H. The Oregon System. Chicago, 1912.
Fish, C. R. The Civil Service and the Patronage. 1905.
George, Henry. Life … by Henry George, Jr. 1900.
Lieber, Francis. Life … by T. S. Perry. Boston, 1882.
Lincoln, Master of Men. By Alonzo Rothschild. Boston, 1906.
Macy, Jesse. The Anti-Slavery Crusade. 1909.
McCarthy, Charles. The Wisconsin Idea. 1912.
Merriam, C. E. American Political Theories. 1903.
Paxson, F. L. The New Nation. Boston, 1915.
Phillips, U. B. American Negro Slavery. 1918.
Rhodes, J. F. History of the United States from the Compromise of 1850. 7 vols. 1893–1906. 8th vol. added, 1919.
Ruffin, Edmund. By Henry Ellis. Branch Historical Papers, 111.
Scisce, L. D. Political Nativism in New York. 1901.
Schlüter, H. Lincoln, Labor and Slavery. 1914.
Scott, E. G. Reconstruction during the Civil War. Boston, 1895.
Seward, W. H. Life … by F. Bancroft, 2 vols. 1900. Life … by T. K. Lothrop. Boston, 1896.
South in the Building of the Nation, The. Vol. VII. Richmond, 1909.



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