The Library Of Original Sources: 1833-1865
CONTENTS Physics, 1800-1833. (Continued from Volume VIII) Oersted The Effect of the Electrical Conflict on the Magnetic Needle Joseph Henry Electricity from Magnetism Faraday Electricity from Magnetism Education, 1781-1833 Pestalozzi The School in Bonnal Political Ideas in the United States, 1833-1860 Basil Hall Slave Conditions Harriet Martineau Morals of Slavery George McDuffie The Rights of Slavery William Lloyd Garrison The Liberator The Constitution a "Covenant with Death and an Agreement with Hell" No Union with Slaveholders - In Support of the American Anti-slavery Society Wendell Phillips The Murder of Lovejoy John Calhoun Texas and Slavery Henry Clay The Compromise of 1850 William Henry Seward The Higher Law Stephen A. Douglas "Squatter Sovereignty" Crystallization of Sentiment Against the Extension of Slavery Appeal of the Independent Democrats (Chase, Sumner, Giddings, Etc.) Chief Justice Taney The Dred Scott Decision Abraham Lincoln Against "Squatter Sovereignty" and the Dred Scott Decision Jefferson Davis That the Territories Cannot Keep out Slavery The Party Platforms, 1860 Douglas Democratic Platform Southern Democratic Platform Republican Platform Constitutional Union Platform Secession Ordinance of South Carolina South Carolina's "Declaration of Causes" Evolution Charles Lyell Uniformity in the Series of past Changes in the Animate and Inanimate World Theodor Schwann Cell Theory Herbert Spencer Progress: Its Law and Cause Charles Darwin Natural Selection Ernst Haeckel The Fundamental Law of the Evolution of Organisms Physics and Chemistry Hermann von Helmholtz The Conservation of Energy Kirchhoff and Bunsen Chemical Analysis by Means of the Spectroscope Education Friedrich Froebel The Kindergarten Horace Mann Lessons from Europe Inventions
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POLITICAL IDEAS IN THE UNITED STATES 18331860
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