7 edition of Democracy after slavery found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 247-263) and index.
|LC Classifications||F1924 .S54 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 270 p. :|
|Number of Pages||270|
|LC Control Number||00057696|
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Democracy After Slavery book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Mimi Sheller's ground-breaking comparative study analyzes the stru /5(4). Winner of the Merle Curti Award Winner of the SHEAR James Broussard First Book Prize In The Problem of Democracy in the Age of Slavery, W.
Caleb McDaniel sets forth a new interpretation of the Garrisonian abolitionists, stressing their deep ties to reformers and liberal thinkers in Great Britain and Europe.
The group of American reformers known as “Garrisonians” included, at Cited by: "Democracy After Slavery examines the reaction against Black political freedom and the unexpected retreat from democracy in two crucial Caribbean contexts, the Republic of Halti and the British colony of Jamaica (separated by only miles and in far closer touch with one another in every respect than previously realized).
Untimely Democracy: The Politics of Progress after Slavery uncovers a surprising answer to this question in the writings of American authors and activists, both black and white.
Conventional narratives of democracy stretching from Thomas Jefferson's America to our own posit a purposeful break between past and present as the key to the viability Cited by: 2. Democracy in America was published in two volumes, the first in and the other in It was immediately popular in both Europe and the United States, while also having a profound impact on the French population.
By the twentieth century, it had become a classic work of political science, social science, and history. It is a commonly Author: Alexis de Tocqueville. University Press of Florida Book: Democracy After Slavery. Contributors: Mimi Sheller.
ISBN Numbers: Subject(s): Latin American - History. Winner of the SHEAR James Broussard First Book Prize Winner of the OAH Merle Curti Prize. In The Problem of Democracy in the Age of Slavery, W. Caleb McDaniel sets forth a new interpretation of the Garrisonian abolitionists, stressing their deep ties to reformers and liberal thinkers in Great Britain and group of American reformers known as.
Thus, as in democracy, slavery results in a complete erasure of both familial distance and parental authority for the Negro. These related democratic characteristics of the Negro result from an important progression in democracy: equality gives rise File Size: 96KB.
In the debates, Abraham Lincoln discovered and exploited the fundamental contradiction in the antebellum Democratic Party between slavery and democracy.
He so effectively articulated the contradiction that his Democracy after slavery book ripped the Democratic Party in two, shattered the political unity of the Slave South, and, two years later, allowed the. By: Alexis de Tocqueville () Arguably, one of the most influential and insightful pieces of work concerned with American political life, Democracy in America directs itself towards American politics and society, and is considered to be one the best books written on the subject.
Published in 2 volumes, in andTocqueville records his findings after studying the 5/5(4). The book offers a wide-ranging narrative of what happened in one part of the world, but because its scope is restricted by its reliance on the outdated notion of the West, the full story of today.
Gregory Laski approaches the concept of democracy in his text, Untimely Democracy: The Politics of Progress after Slavery (Oxford University Press, ) from a variety of dimensions and perspectives, integrating the concept of temporality to considerations of liberty and justice within an analysis of American political thought and history, especially.
McDaniel’s treatment of the experiences and ideas that defined the Garrisonians is not so much a study of the antislavery movement as it is an inquiry into the role of dissent in a democracy. As such, the book brings into focus abolitionists’ relevancy to. Celebrated writer Ta-Nehisi Coates’s first novel, “The Water Dancer,” was released today.
Centering on a man named Hiram Walker, who was born. Jacksonian Democracy refers to the ascendancy of President Andrew Jackson (in office –)and the Democratic party after the election of More loosely, it alludes to the entire range.
Black Reconstruction in America: An Essay Toward a History of the Part Which Black Folk Played in the Attempt to Reconstruct Democracy in America, – is a history of the Reconstruction era by W. Du Bois, first published in It marked a significant break with the standard academic view of Reconstruction at the time, the Dunning School, which.
Democracy After Slavery: Black Publics and Peasant Radicalism in Haiti and Jamaica by Mimi Sheller. Scholars of the Caribbean and of postemancipation societies will find this book essential. At the same time, the issues Sheller addresses on democracy, citizenship, and subaltern publics will also be useful to the broader communities of Author: Mimi Sheller.
Nancy MacLean's book stretches back to 19th century Vice President — and ardent secessionist — John C. Calhoun to find the roots of modern libertarianism, which she calls a threat to democracy. Weapons of Democracy: Propaganda, Progressivism, and American Public Opinion Untimely Democracy: The Politics of Progress after Slavery Direct Democracy: Collective Power, the Swarm, and the Literatures of the AmericasAuthor: Katherine Biers.
All about Democracy After Slavery by Mimi Sheller. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers Mimi Sheller's ground-breaking comparative study analyzes the struggle for freedom and democracy in two Caribbean societies in the aftermath of the abolition of slavery.
Book descriptionsAuthor: Mimi Sheller. From the abolition era to the Civil Rights movement to the age of Obama, the promise of perfectibility and improvement resonates in the story of American democracy. But what exactly does racial progress mean, and how do we recognize and achieve it.
Untimely Democracy: The Politics of Progress After Slavery uncovers a surprising answer to this question in the writings.
Untimely Democracy: The Politics of Progress After Slavery uncovers a surprising answer to this question in the writings of American authors and activists, both black and white. Conventional narratives of democracy stretching from Thomas Jefferson's America to our own posit a purposeful break between past and present as the key to the viability.
Democracy, Runciman says, is about keeping the future open and enabling people to change their minds after encountering different views and new information; the. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sheller, Mimi. Democracy after slavery.
London: Macmillan Education, © (OCoLC) Gregory Laski’s Untimely Democracy: The Politics of Progress after Slavery offers a powerful examination of late nineteenth-century American authors, particularly Frederick Douglass, Stephen Crane, Callie House, W.
Du Bois, Charles Chesnutt, Sutton E. Griggs, and Pauline E. Hopkins. Laski focuses on the post-Reconstruction era—the period between Author: John Hay. I am just saying this as a warning for the would be reader that it is a good but not easy intro to the history of democracy.
However, since it was a short book ( pages before about 40 pages of notes) it was like a small dive into the deep end.3/5. Gregory Laski, Untimely Democracy: The Politics of Progress after Slavery (New York: Oxford University Press, ), pp.
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Holder (), he gutted the Voting RightAct (VRA) s of ’s key provisions on the grounds. Manisha Sinha is the James L. and Shirley A.
Draper Chair in American History at the University of Connecticut and a leading authority on the history of slavery and abolition and the Civil War and Reconstruction. She was born in India and received her Ph.D from Columbia University where her dissertation was nominated for the Bancroft prize.
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The result was Democracy in America, a monumental study of the strengths and weaknesses of the nation’s evolving politics. Tocqueville looked to the flourishing democratic system in America as a possible model for post-revolutionary France, believing its egalitarian ideals reflected the spirit of the age - even that they were the will of God.
Untimely Democracy tells the surprising story of how American authors and activists defined the path of racial progress after the abolition of slavery. Conventional narratives of democracy stretching from Thomas Jefferson’s America to the present day posit a purposeful break between past and present as the key to the viability of this political form—the only way to ensure its Author: Gregory Laski.
While convinced that democracy offered the best form of government, Garrisonians recognized that the persistence of slavery in the United States revealed problems with the political system. They identified minority agitators as necessary to the health of a democratic society.
Democracy in America, written by Alexis de Tocqueville between andis considered one of the most comprehensive and insightful books ever written about the U.S.
Having seen the failed attempts at a democratic government in his native France, Tocqueville set out to study a stable and prosperous democracy in order to gain insight into how it : Ashley Crossman. On the whole, though, the book is a gold mine of personal experiences with, and reactions to, freedom after slavery, setting forth in compelling fashion that historic episode in the history of Americans, white as well as black, Northern as well as Southern.
For that great transition marked a significant step toward the realization of the. A new book by award-winning journalist Douglas Blackmon uncovers the forgotten history of neo-slavery imposed on hundreds and thousands of African Americans that continued well after the.
Kelly’s book, “Marooned: Jamestown, Shipwreck, and a New History of America’s Origin,” reexamines the origins of democracy in the British North American colonies by taking a Author: Tyler Hammel.
Nearly two-thirds of a century has elapsed since the appearance of "Democracy in America," by Alexis Charles Henri Clerel de Tocqueville, a French nobleman, born at Paris, J Bred to the law, he exhibited an early predilection for philosophy and political economy, and at twenty-two was appointed judge-auditor at the tribunal of.
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The Abolition of White Democracy is essential reading for all those seeking to realize the promise of democracy in America. Noel Ignatiev, author of How the Irish Became White Olson’s compelling book packs both a theoretical and a political punch. Gregory Laski. Untimely Democracy: The Politics of Progress after : Oxford University Press, Pp.
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