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By Adam L. Tate

ISBN-10: 082621567X

ISBN-13: 9780826215673

ISBN-10: 0826264328

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In Conservatism and Southern Intellectuals, 1789–1861, Adam L. Tate discusses the character of southern conservative inspiration among 1789 and 1861 by way of reading six conservatives whose lives and careers spanned the antebellum interval: John Randolph of Roanoke, John Taylor of Caroline, Nathaniel Beverly Tucker, William Gilmore Simms, Joseph Glover Baldwin, and Johnson Jones Hooper. Tate contends that southern conservatism derived its special features from its attractiveness of features of John Locke’s political concept because it was once articulated throughout the American Revolution.

Locke argued that the kingdom and society have been entities that may be reformed and manipulated via males. exhibiting that almost all southern conservative intellectuals accredited Locke’s premise relating to separation of kingdom and society, Tate examines either the political beliefs and social imaginative and prescient of the six conservatives surveyed. He will pay detailed cognizance to how those conservatives handled states’ rights, republicanism, slavery, sectionalism, and faith, in addition to western enlargement and migration.

Tate keeps that whereas southern conservatives cast a typical political culture in keeping with outdated Republican interpretations of the structure, they didn't create a unified culture of social idea. even supposing so much of them wanted a cohesive southern highbrow move, in addition to a homogenous southern tradition, their disagreements over the great society avoided them from making a universal southern social imaginative and prescient to accompany their states’ rights political tradition.

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Perez Zagorin, The Court and the Country: The Beginning of the English Revolution, , . J. G. A. Pocock, The Machiavellian Moment: Florentine Political Thought and the Atlantic Republican Tradition, . The lengthy quotation from Pocock appears in Dawidoff, The Education of John Randolph, . For Randolph as a country thinker see Dawidoff ’s comments in chapter . Stanley Elkins and Eric McKitrick, The Age of Federalism: The Early American Republic, –, –. The literature on the country ideology is extensive.

Randolph especially remembered his mother’s advice to retain the land he inherited from his father. “Keep your land and your land will keep you,” she told him.  John Randolph, like many in Tidewater Virginia, was staunchly antiFederalist. In  he saw George Washington “take the oath to support the Federal Constitution” in New York. ” In  Randolph traveled to Philadelphia to read law under his kinsman Edmund Randolph, the attorney general of the United States. In Philadelphia, the young Randolph absorbed the spirit that would lead to a lifelong love of politics as he witnessed the struggles of the new nation.

24 C O N S E RVAT I S M AND SOUTHERN INTELLECTUALS, 1789–1861 the sale. S. government. ” The compromise came before Congress in , and Randolph attacked it viciously. Randolph argued that any compromise in the Yazoo case was a sign of corruption because the Congress was rewarding fraudulent speculators by giving away the five million acres. ” Not only that, but Congress would be interfering with the legislature of Georgia, which had voided the sale in . ” To Randolph, the Yazoo compromise destroyed both states’ rights and self-government.

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