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Title: Conservative reaction, c.1792-1820: the case for rejection
Author(s): Macleod, Emma
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Editor(s): Macleod, Emma
Citation: Macleod E (2013) Conservative reaction, c.1792-1820: the case for rejection. In: Macleod E (ed.) British Visions of America, 1775-1820: Republican Realities. The Enlightenment World, 27. London: Pickering and Chatto, pp. 73-99.;
Keywords: Britain
United States of America
Quarterly Review
War of 1812
Issue Date: May-2013
Series/Report no.: The Enlightenment World, 27
Abstract: Conservative writers in Britain articulated a largely hostile attitude towards the United States of America between 1792 and 1820. Having earlier been convinced that an American republic was not viable, they now admitted that there were some reasons to admire its achievements. However, their dominant responses were resentment and contempt. They also felt some apprehension that the United States might prove a stronger and more difficult element in international affairs than they had hitherto expected
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DOI Link: 10.4324/9781315653365

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