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|Contributions||Swift, Lindsay, 1856-1921, [from old catalog] ed.|
|LC Classifications||E381 .W358|
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|Pagination||3 p.l., p. -217 incl. facsims.|
|Number of Pages||217|
|LC Control Number||ca 12001084|
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The Great Debate Between Hayne And Webster: The Speech Of Daniel Webster In Reply To Robert Young Hayne () Paperback – Septem by Daniel Webster (Author), Robert Young Hayne (Author), Lindsay Swift (Editor) & 0 moreAuthor: Daniel Webster, Robert Young Hayne.
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This book, The great debate between Hayne and Webster. 16, by Robert Young Hayne, is a replication of a book originally published before It has been restored by human beings. The Hayne-Webster Debate was an unplanned series of speeches in the Senate, during which Robert Hayne of South Carolina interpreted the Constitution as little more than a treaty between sovereign states, and Daniel Webster expressed the concept of the United States as one nation.
The debate cemented the image of Daniel Webster, as a legendary. Full text of "The great debate between Hayne and Webster; the speech of Daniel Webster in reply to Robert Young Hayne, ed" See other formats.  Persuaded of the great importance of the debate, Edward Everett of Massachusetts, an editor of the influential North American Review and a Webster supporter, wrote James Madison asking for his opinion on the constitutional questions that had been discussed.
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For generations, school children remembered the Webster-Hayne Debate by memorizing the ending to Daniel Webster’s Second Reply to Robert Y. Hayne.
Its soaring articulation of nationalism and American nationhood—“Liberty and Union, now and forever, one and inseparable”—became a catchphrase for what American union meant. The great Webster Hayne debate. STUDY. Flashcards. great debate between Hayne and Webster book Learn.
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webster. the constitution belongs to the people of the us not the individual states. webster. Robert Young Hayne (Novem – Septem ) was an American lawyer, planter and politician. He served in the United States Senate from toas Governor of South Carolina –, and as Mayor of Charleston – He was vocal proponent of the states' rights doctrine, in collaboration with John C.
Calhoun and James Hamilton or: John Geddes, Thomas Bennett, Jr. Full text of "The great debate between Hayne and Webster" See other formats. Missouri Compromise, corrupt bargain, South Carolina Exposition, Webster Hayne debate John Quincy Adams president of suspected of corrupt bargain with Henry Clay the Secretary of State.
Note on the Text. The speeches reprinted in this volume are taken from the edition published by the firm of Joseph Gales and William M.
Seaton under the title Debate on the Subject of the Public Lands: Daniel Webster and Robert Hayne. Original Printings of Webster and Hayne’s Speeches of Janu 21, 26,followed by speeches of five others.
Henry Clay of Kentucky, John C. Calhoun of South Carolina, and Daniel Webster of Massachusetts dominated national politics from the end of the War of until their deaths in the early s. Although none would ever be President, the collective impact they created in Congress was far greater than any President of the era, with the exception of Andrew Jackson.
The Webster-Hayne debate was a famous debate in the United States between Senator Daniel Webster of Massachusetts and Senator Robert Y. Hayne of South happened on JanuaryIt was about protectionist speeches between Webster and Hayne themselves were not planned.
They had burst forth from arguments about a decision by Connecticut Senator Samuel Foote. Webster had not taken part in that gathering, but he was a long-time Federalist Party member and had made anti-war speeches.
Hayne launched into a long and detailed indictment of Massachusetts’s perfidies against the United States during that war. Hayne also vigorously defended the practical aspects of Southern slavery. The Webster-Hayne debate was a debate between Senators Webster of Massachusetts and Hayne of South Carolina in The debate was about two interlinked items: the protectionist tariffs of the.
The Great Triumvirate was the name given to three powerful legislators, Henry Clay, Daniel Webster, and John C. Calhoun, who dominated Capitol Hill from the War of until their deaths in the early s.
Author of Speeches of Hayne and Webster in the United States Senate, on the Resolution of Mr. Foot, January,Speech of Mr. Hayne, of South Carolina, on Mr. Foot's Resolution, Proposing an Inquiry Into the Expediency of Abolishing the Office of Surveyor General of Public Lands, and for Discontinuing Further Sureveys, &C, and A Call Upon the Stockholders of the Louisville, Cincinnati and 4/5.
Introduction. The Senate debates between Whig Senator Daniel Webster of Massachusetts and Democrat Senator Robert Y. Hayne of South Carolina in January started out as a disagreement over the sale of Western lands and turned into one of the most famous verbal contests in.
[This is an abridged version of the document.] Speech of Senator Robert Y. Hayne of South Carolina, Janu In coming to the consideration of the next great question, What ought to be the future policy of the Government in relation to the Public Lands.
we find the most opposite and irreconcileable opinions between the two parties which I have before described. On the one side it is. On January 26 Webster returned fire.
In a speech equally aroused as Hayne’s, and laced with historical references, constitutional argument, and heavy doses of sarcasm, Webster rejected Hayne’s attacks and painted a picture of an optimistic nationalism that stood in stark contrast to Hayne’s defensiveness.
The Great Debate uses the war of letters between Edmund Burke and Thomas Paine to explain the philosophical differences between conservatism and progressivism. Both men were political actors, albiet in different spheres, and both achieved renown during the period of the American and French revolutions/5.
The Webster-Hayne Debate on the Nature of the Union i-xvii_FM_ 1/26/00 PM Page i. Daniel Webster Webster-Hayne debate provides a case study of the tendency inherent in D.C., and much of the country. Principal subjects discussed in the great debate of were the nature of the Union; the purpose, extent, and lim-File Size: 2MB.
Hayne responds. with a flashy speech with Shakespearean allusions, and quotations from famous English orators. He taunts Webster with the "coalition", a milder codeword for the "corrupt bargain" which was supposed to have been struck between the east (Adams) and the west (Clay), and which threw its weight behind the American System.
6th period history. This feature is not available right now. Please try again later. In essence, the Hayne-Webster debate turned on a question which had troubled scholars and statesmen for many years: What was the true nature of the Union: was it a compact of the several States. debate: [noun] a contention by words or arguments: such as.
the formal discussion of a motion (see 1motion 3a) before a deliberative body according to the rules of parliamentary procedure. a regulated discussion of a proposition (see 1proposition 1b) between two matched sides. Webster's Second Reply to Hayne is the last salvo in the Webster-Hayne debate, and is widely considered one of the greatest political speeches in American history.
The Great Speeches and Orations of Daniel Webster — The Reply to Hayne Daniel Webster. Full text of "The great debate between Robert Young Hayne of South Carolina and Daniel Webster of Massachusetts" See other formats. Robert Young Hayne to Andrew Jackson, Decem Contributor Names Jackson, Andrew (Correspondent) Hayne, Robert Young (Author) Book/Printed Material The great debate between Hayne and Webster.
Webster replied again on January 26 and He eloquently denounced the idea of state sovereignty and endorsed the idea of national supremacy. Webster concluded his second reply with the words, "Liberty and Union, now and for ever, one and inseparable!" Selected Quotes Quotes regarding Webster-Hayne Debate.
By Daniel Webster. Andrew Jackson to Robert Young Hayne, Ap Contributor Names Hayne, Robert Young (Correspondent) The great debate between Hayne and Webster. Ya Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress) - Hayne, Robert Young Date: ; Book/Printed Material Speech of Mr. Hayne, delivered in the Senate of the United States, on the mission to.
“The most eloquent speech ever delivered in Congress” may have been Webster’s “Second Reply to Hayne”, a South Carolina Senator who. In “Heirs of the Founders,” Brands follows the “great triumvirate” of antebellum politics — Henry Clay from Kentucky, John Calhoun from South Carolina and Daniel Webster from Author: Marjoleine Kars.
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Hayne responds with a flashy speech with Shakespearean allusions, and quotations from famous English orators. He taunts Webster with the "coalition", a milder codeword for the "corrupt bargain" which was supposed to have been struck between the east (Adams) and the west (Clay), and which threw its weight behind the American System.
The Webster-Hayne Debate: Recasting New England's Sectionalism HARLOW W. SHEIDLEY HE excitement in Washington was palpable on the morning of 26 January The previous day Senator Robert Y. Hayne of South Carolina had concluded a compelling two-day attack on Daniel Webster and New England in which he ques.Webster-Hayne Debate- a famous debate in the U.S.
between Senator Daniel Webster of Massachusetts and Senator Robert Y. Hayne of South Carolina that took place on Januaryregarding protectionist heated speeches between Webster and Hayne themselves were unplanned, and stemmed from debate over a resolution by Connecticut Senator Samuel Foote calling for the.
A four-speech debate between Daniel Webster of Massachusetts and Robert Hayne of South Carolina, in January Webster-Hayne debate Hayne's First .