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" If the South is ever to be made a safe republic let her lands be cultivated by the toil of the owners or the free labor of intelligent citizens. "
Reconstruction: America's Unfinished Revolution, 1863-1877 - Página 236
por Eric Foner - 2002 - 736 páginas
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Reconstruction: Speech of the Hon. Thaddeus Stevens, Delivered in the City ...

1865 - 8 páginas
...She would be overwhelmed and demoralized by the .Jew?, Milesians and vagabonda of licentious cities. How can republican institutions, free schools, free...intercourse exist in a mingled community of nabobs and serfs ; of the owners of twenty thousand acre manors with lordly palaces, and the occupants of nirrow huts...
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The Life of Thaddeus Stevens: A Study in American Political History ...

James Albert Woodburn - 1913 - 620 páginas
...the landed interest must govern, the more it is subdivided and held by independent owners the better. How can republican institutions, free schools, free...exist in a mingled community of nabobs and serfs, of owners of twenty-thousandacre manors, with lordly palaces, and the occupants of narrow huts inhabited...
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A Short History of Reconstruction

Eric Foner - 2010 - 320 páginas
...fabric of southern society must be changed, and never can it be done if this opportunity is lost. . . . How can republican institutions, free schools, free...republic let her lands be cultivated by the toil of the Confiscation, Stevens believed, would break the power of the South's traditional ruling class, transform...
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Yankee Leviathan: The Origins of Central State Authority in America, 1859-1877

Richard Franklin Bensel - 1990 - 452 páginas
...where a few thousand men monopolize the whole landed property. . . . How can republican institutions, free churches, free social intercourse exist in a mingled community of nabobs and serfs, of owners of twenty-thousand-acre manors, with lordly palaces, and the occupants of narrow huts inhabited...
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Troublesome Presence: Democracy and Black Americans

Eli Ginzberg, Alfred S. Eichner - 1993 - 358 páginas
...thousand men monopolize the whole landed property. . . . How can republican institutions," Stevens asked, "free schools, free churches, free social intercourse...exist in a mingled community of nabobs and serfs, of owners of twenty-thousand-acre manors, with lordly palaces, and the occupants of narrow huts inhabited...
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The South as an American Problem

Larry J. Griffin, Don Harrison Doyle - 1995 - 310 páginas
...the former slave states. "The whole fabric of southern society must be changed," Stevens explained. "How can republican institutions, free schools, free...toil of the owners or the free labor of intelligent citizens." 27 The main predicament for Radicals wanting to remake the South was that these free institutions...
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Black Reconstruction in America 1860-1880

W. E. B. Du Bois, David Levering Lewis - 1935 - 746 páginas
...fabric of Southern society must be changed, and it never can be done if this opportunity is lost. . . . How can republican institutions, free schools, free...exist in a mingled community of nabobs and serfs; of the owners of twenty thousand acre manors with lordly palaces and the occupants of narrow huts inhabited...
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America's Johannesburg: Industrialization and Racial Transformation in ...

Bobby M. Wilson - 2000 - 274 páginas
...September 1865, Thaddeus Stevens, a Pennsylvania congressman and an ardent opponent of slavery, asked, How can republican institutions, free schools, free...exist in a mingled community of nabobs and serfs; of the owners of 20,000 acre manors with lordly palaces and the occupants of narrow huts inhabited...
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The Ethnic Myth: Race, Ethnicity, and Class in America

Stephen Steinberg - 2001 - 317 páginas
...Thaddeus Stevens commented when he submitted his proposal for a land redistribution to Congress in 1865: "How can republican institutions, free schools, free...intercourse exist in a mingled community of nabobs and serfs?"4 Indeed, "forty acres and a mule" epitomized the dream of blacks at the end of the Civil War....
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The Political Use of Racial Narratives: School Desegregation in ..., Volumen2

Richard Alan Pride - 2002 - 314 páginas
...landed property. The larger the number of small proprietors the more safe and stable the government. If the South is ever to be made a safe republic let...toil of the owners or the free labor of intelligent citizens,"2 Stevens was clear: Reconstruction was intended to transform the hierarchy of the Old South...
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