White Red Black Sketches Of American Society In The United States By F And T Pulszky

Author: Ferencz Aurelius Pulszky
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After him the Secretary of State delivered one of those emphatic speeches, in
favour of struggling liberty — a homage and encouragement to those who had
been defeated — which called back to remembrance his celebrated discourse for
the Greeks. Another candidate for the Presidency followed him, Douglass of
Illinois, and put his approbation of Kossuth's principles, as applied to American
policy, in still more precise terms. General Cass went again a step further in his
eloquent ...

A Compendium Of American Literature Chronologically Arranged With Biographical Sketches Of The Authors And Selections From Their Works

Author: Charles Dexter Cleveland
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About this time he became a political writer, and his Sketches of American Policy,
published in 1784; his writings in favor of the adoption of the Federal Constitution
; in defence of Washington's proclamation of neutrality, and of “Jay's Treaty,” had
great influence on public opinion, and were highly appreciated. In 1793, he
established a daily paper in New York, devoted to the support of General
Washington's administration,—a paper still published under the title of the
Commercial ...

American Sketches

Author: Walter Isaacson
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
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This relationship between moral concerns and national interest, kissinger argues,
is the dominant theme in American foreign policy. There are the idealists, who
believe that spreading American values should be the nation's motive force, and
the realists, who emphasize national interests, credibility, and power. kissinger is
unabashedly in the realist camp. kissinger casts Nixon as a realist, the first in the
white House since Theodore roosevelt. To support this contention, he quotes
from ...

Informing America S Policy On Illegal Drugs

Author: Committee on Law and Justice and Committee on National Statistics
Publisher: National Academies Press
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F. Biographical. Sketches. Charles F. Manski (Chair) has been Board of Trustees
Professor in Economics and Fellow of the Institute of Policy Research at
Northwestern University since 1997. Formerly he was a member of the faculty at
the University of Wisconsin-Madison (1983-1998), the Hebrew University of
Jerusalem (1979-1983), and Carnegie Mellon University (1973-1980). Manski's
research spans econometrics, judgment and decision, and the analysis of social
policy. He is the ...

Scandal And Civility

Author: Marcus Daniel
Publisher: Oxford University Press
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Apparently, there was some basis for Webster's belief; see Buel, Dear Liberty,311
–312. In any case, Webster's arguments contributed to a shift in public opinion,
and in May 1784 the Connecticut Assembly passed legislation to support
commutation; see Buel, Dear Liberty, 318. For Webster's generous assessment of
his own influence, see “Memoir,” 140–141. 31. Webster, Sketches of American
Policy (Hartford, Conn.: Hudson and Goodwin, 1785). The immediate occasion
for Sketches ...

The American Almanac And Repository Of Useful Knowledge For The Year

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Afterwards, he became a political writer, and his “Sketches of American Policy,”
published in 1784, his writings in favor of the adoption of the Federal Constitution
, in defence of Washington's proclamation of neutrality, and of the treaty
negotiated with Great Britain by Mr. Jay, had great influence on public opinion,
and were highly appreciated. Various other topics, during the same period, were
publicly discussed by him. In 1793, he commenced a daily paper in New York,
which is now ...

Beyond Bilateralism

Author: Ellis S. Krauss
Publisher: Stanford University Press
ISBN: 0804749108
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These developments will reinforce the continuity of America's presence in the
region and the existing regional structures. This chapter does three things. First, it
sketches American policy toward East Asia, built as it is around hegemony,
bilateral security ties, and soft multilateralism, and it traces how American policy
has been evolving since the early 1990s. Second, it looks at the broader realist
and liberal grand strategies that the United States wields in the region. Finally, it
examines ...