One Nation: Cosmopolitanism and the Making of American Identity from Madison to Lincoln

One Nation: Cosmopolitanism and the Making of American Identity from Madison to Lincoln

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My dissertation traces the belief that Americans are united in solidarity primarily in cosmopolitan terms---that is, by virtue of their shared humanity. Though scholars rarely identify qshared humanityq as a source of American solidarity, I find that many seminal figures in U.S. history appealed for solidarity on precisely these grounds.scholar who understands himself properly as a€œMan Thinking, a€ Emerson concludes, restores the connection between the individual and the whole. Nature , Emerson contends in that essay, aids the scholar in this mission; but the act ofanbsp;...


Title:One Nation: Cosmopolitanism and the Making of American Identity from Madison to Lincoln
Author: Aaron Michael Keck
Publisher:ProQuest - 2008
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