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The Citizenship Revolution - Politics and the Creation of the American Union, 1774-1804 (Cód: 4902649)

Bradburn,Douglas

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Most Americans believe that the ratification of the Constitution in 1788 marked
the settlement of post-Revolutionary disputes over the meanings of rights, democracy, and
sovereignty in the new nation. In The Citizenship Revolution, Douglas Bradburn undercuts this
view by showing that the Union, not the Nation, was the most important product of
independence.In 1774, everyone in British North America was a subject of King
George and Parliament. In 1776 a number of newly independent 'quot;states,'quot; composed of
'quot;American citizens'quot; began cobbling together a Union to fight their former fellow
countrymen. But who was an American? What did it mean to be a 'quot;citizen'quot; and not a
'quot;subject'quot;? And why did it matter?Bradburn'apos;s stunning
reinterpretation requires us to rethink the traditional chronologies and stories of the American
Revolutionary experience. He places battles over the meaning of 'quot;citizenship'quot; in law
and in politics at the center of the narrative. He shows that the new political community
ultimately discovered that it was not really a 'quot;Nation,'quot; but a 'quot;Union of
States'quot;-and that it was the states that set the boundaries of belonging and the very
character of rights, for citizens and everyone else. To those inclined to believe that the
ratification of the Constitution assured the importance of national authority and law in the
lives of American people, the emphasis on the significance and power of the states as the
arbiter of American rights and the character of nationhood may seem strange. But, as Bradburn
argues, state control of the ultimate meaning of American citizenship represented the first
stable outcome of the crisis of authority, allegiance, and identity that had exploded in the
American Revolution-a political settlement delicately reached in the first years of the
nineteenth century. So ended the first great phase of the American citizenship revolution: a
continuing struggle to reconcile the promise of revolutionary equality with the pressing and
sometimes competing demands of law, order, and the pursuit of happiness.

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Marca LONGLEAF SERVICES (Livros Digitais)
Número de Páginas 432 (aproximado)
Idioma 337
Acabamento e-book
Territorialidade Internacional
Formato Livro Digital Epub
Proteção Drm Sim
Tamanho do Arquivo 1114
Início da Venda 13/07/2009
Código do Formato Epub
Cód. Barras 9780813930312
Ano da Publicação 2009
AutorBradburn,Douglas