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" Our confederacy must be viewed as the nest, from which all America, North and South, is to be peopled. "
The Outlook - Página 429
1908
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One Nation Indivisible: The Union in American Thought, 1776-1861

Paul C. Nagel - 1964 - 328 páginas
...at present existing there." Jefferson then added an optimistic note: "Our confederacy must be viewed as the nest from which all America, North and South, is to be peopled." 56 His statement contained two prime elements of the legend: one emphasized the geographical abundance...
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The Twentieth Century, Volumen50

1901
...sometimes thought differently. In 1786 he wrote from Paris to a friend : ' Our Confederacy must be viewed as the nest from which all America, north and south, is to be peopled.' Hamilton's comment on these scruples seems to have been that ' it would not do to carry the morals...
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The Rising American Empire

Richard Warner Van Alstyne - 1974 - 215 páginas
...work in favour of the United States. In 1786 he declared, for example: Our confederacy must be viewed as the nest, from which all America, North and South, is to be peopled. We should take care too, not to think it for the interest of that great continent to press too soon...
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The Lay of the Land: Metaphor as Experience and History in American Life and ...

Annette Kolodny - 1975 - 185 páginas
...private doubts, remained publicly committed to the maternal image of a "confederacy [that] must be viewed as the nest from which all America, North and South is to be peopled."19 It was Philip Freneau, poet, political journalist, and Jefferson's own clerk for foreign...
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The Meaning of Independence: John Adams, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson

Edmund Sears Morgan, Professor Edmund S Morgan - 1976 - 85 páginas
...World, as belonging of right to the United States. And he was confident that the United States must be "the nest from which all America, North and South is to be peopled."18 In 1788 he assured William Carmichael, the United States envoy to Spain, that America would...
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Studies of War

Henk Houweling, Jan Geert Siccama - 1988 - 258 páginas
...power in particularly high esteem. Thus in 1786 Jefferson stated that "Our confederacy must be viewed as the nest, from which all America, north and south, is to be populated. We should take care too, not to think for the interest of that great continent to press...
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Selvages and Biases: The Fabric of History in American Culture

Michael G. Kammen - 1989 - 336 páginas
...Thomas Jefferson was prophetic when he wrote from Paris in 1786 that "our confederacy must be viewed as the nest from which all America, North and South is to be peopled." 7 Nevertheless, we have not fully recognized the consequences those factors have had in complicating...
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Year 501: The Conquest Continues

Noam Chomsky - 1993 - 331 páginas
...century, the British deterrent prevented US dominance of the hemisphere. But the conception of "our confederacy" as "the nest, from which all America, North and South, is to be peopled" (Thomas Jefferson) was firmly implanted, along with his corollary that it is best for Spain to rule...
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Die Oregon-Frage: Amerikanische Expansionspolitik und der Pazifische ...

Johannes Eue - 1995 - 414 páginas
...in Anlehnung an das amerikanische Demokratiekonzept im Vordergrund: "Our confederacy must be viewed as the nest from which all America, North and South is to be peopled."171 Der Prozeß einer solchen Abspaltung konnte nach seinen Vorstellungen auch jenseits der...
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Strong Presidents: A Theory of Leadership

Philip Abbott - 1996 - 281 páginas
...version of what later became known as Soviets. In 1786 he noted that "our confederacy must be viewed as the nest from which all America, North and South is to be peopled." To Monroe in 1801 he fantasized a system, covering North and South America, "with a people speaking...
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