The Whigs' America Middle-Class Political Thought in the Age of Jackson and Clay / Joseph W. Pearson.
"Leading one of the two great political parties in the United States between 1834 and 1856, the Whigs battled their opponents, the Jacksonian Democrats, for offices, prestige, and power. Boasting such famous members as Henry Clay, Daniel Webster, and William Henry Seward, the party supported ta...
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