Maryland: the Federalist Years
Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press, 1973 - 354 Seiten
The rise and fall of the Federalist Party in Maryland is detailed in this solid, traditional, narrative. Carefully documented, it examines the nature and voting patterns of the Federalist electorate in Maryland during the pre-Jacksonian era.
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