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The Resource Lincoln, Richard J. Carwardine

Lincoln, Richard J. Carwardine

Label
Lincoln
Title
Lincoln
Statement of responsibility
Richard J. Carwardine
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Biography type
individual biography
Cataloging source
UKM
Dewey number
973.7092
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Profiles in power (London, England)
Label
Lincoln, Richard J. Carwardine
Link
http://www.h-net.org/review/hrev-a0d6z2-aa
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"Winner of the 2004 Lincoln prize"--Cover
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
1. Inner power: Lincoln's ambition and political vision, 1809-54 -- Ambition -- Political vision -- Moral crisis: 1854 -- The religious roots of moral power -- 2. The power of opinion: Lincoln: the Illinois public and the new political order, 1854-58 -- Lincoln, democratic politics and public opinion -- Illinois public opinion and the anti-Nebraska fusion movement -- The senatorial campaign of 1858 -- 3. The power of party: winning the presidency, 1858-60 -- Presidential ambition: Lincoln, his party and the road to the Decatur convention -- The Republican presidential nomination -- The 1860 presidential campaign: the power of a righteous party -- 4. Confronting the limits of power: from president-elect to war president, 1860-61 -- In the antechamber to power: holding the party line -- From Springfield to Sumter: building a united front -- Strategies for 'a people war' -- 'What shall I do? The people are impatient...' -- 5. The purposes of power: evolving objectives, 1861-65 -- Reading the public -- 'Every indispensable means': toward the Emancipation Proclamation -- Faith and purposes -- Faithfulness of purpose: emancipation, reconstruction and black citizenship -- 6. The instruments of power: coercion and voluntary mobilization, 1861-65 -- Coercion, repression and executive power -- Popular mobilization: the 'power of the right word' and the agency of party -- Popular mobilization: churches and philanthropic organizations -- The Union army as a moral force -- The election of 1864: 'the second birth of our nation'. -- 7. Conclusion: power in death -- Chronology of Lincoln's life
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
xviii, 352 p.
Isbn
9781400096022
Isbn Type
(pbk. : First Vintage Books, 2007)
Lccn
2004351220
System control number
ocm51108616
Label
Lincoln, Richard J. Carwardine
Link
http://www.h-net.org/review/hrev-a0d6z2-aa
Publication
Note
"Winner of the 2004 Lincoln prize"--Cover
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
1. Inner power: Lincoln's ambition and political vision, 1809-54 -- Ambition -- Political vision -- Moral crisis: 1854 -- The religious roots of moral power -- 2. The power of opinion: Lincoln: the Illinois public and the new political order, 1854-58 -- Lincoln, democratic politics and public opinion -- Illinois public opinion and the anti-Nebraska fusion movement -- The senatorial campaign of 1858 -- 3. The power of party: winning the presidency, 1858-60 -- Presidential ambition: Lincoln, his party and the road to the Decatur convention -- The Republican presidential nomination -- The 1860 presidential campaign: the power of a righteous party -- 4. Confronting the limits of power: from president-elect to war president, 1860-61 -- In the antechamber to power: holding the party line -- From Springfield to Sumter: building a united front -- Strategies for 'a people war' -- 'What shall I do? The people are impatient...' -- 5. The purposes of power: evolving objectives, 1861-65 -- Reading the public -- 'Every indispensable means': toward the Emancipation Proclamation -- Faith and purposes -- Faithfulness of purpose: emancipation, reconstruction and black citizenship -- 6. The instruments of power: coercion and voluntary mobilization, 1861-65 -- Coercion, repression and executive power -- Popular mobilization: the 'power of the right word' and the agency of party -- Popular mobilization: churches and philanthropic organizations -- The Union army as a moral force -- The election of 1864: 'the second birth of our nation'. -- 7. Conclusion: power in death -- Chronology of Lincoln's life
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
xviii, 352 p.
Isbn
9781400096022
Isbn Type
(pbk. : First Vintage Books, 2007)
Lccn
2004351220
System control number
ocm51108616

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