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Political Essays - Lowell, James Russell
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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: DODO PR, 332 Seiten, L=216mm, B=140mm, H=19mm, Gew.=422gr, [GR: 25500 - TB/Geschichte], [SW: - History - General History], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: POLITICAL ESSAYS JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL BOSTON AND NEW YORK HOUGIITQN, MIFFLEN AND COMPANY Copyright, 1888, Bf JAMES RU88BLL LOWELL. All rights rwfVttd. The Rlwnlde JfVwt. 1 1, t, ... ., ..., ., Electrotypwl and Print by K. 0, KougUton A PEEFATOKY NOTE. 1 HAVE been often urged to reprint the articles which form the bulk of this volume, by persons who had found them Interesting at the time of their first publication, as well as by others who had read them more recently and thought them of some Interest even now. I have steadily refused to do what was asked of me, because the greater part of what Is here gathered together seemed to me to have mainly a polemic value contempora neous with the date at which It was written. I have 1 know not now wisely allowed myself to be persuaded that there was also in these papers a certain historical Interest as recalling aspects of our politics which perhaps It may be useful not wholly to forget. In looking at them again, after so long an interval for the latest of them is more than twenty years old, It gratifies me to find so little to regret In their tone, and that I was able to keep my head fairly clear of passion when my heart was at boiling-point ., .., ., I 6400748 KANSAS CITY. MO. PUBLIC LIBRARY CONTENTS. THE AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY . ... 1 THE ELECTION IN NOVEMBER ..... 17 E PLURIBTCJS UNUM 45 THE PICKENS-AND-STEALIN s REBELLION ... 75 GENERAL MCCLELLANS REPORT . . ... 92 THE REBELLION ITS CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES . 118 McCLELLAN OB LINCOLN . . ..... 158 RECONSTRUCTION ........ 177 SCOTCH THB SNAKE, OK KILL IT ., . . 206 THE PBESIDKNT ON THE STXJMI ..... 231 THE SEWAKD-JOHNSON REACTION . . . . 250 THE PLACE oir THE INDEPENDENT IN POLITICS ., 295POLITICAL ESSAYS. THE AMEEICAN TRACT SOCIETY. 1858. THERE was no apologue more popular IB the Middle Ages than that of the hermit, who, musing on the wickedness and tyranny of those whom the inscrutable wisdom of Providence had intrusted with the government of the world, fell asleep, and awoke to find himself the very monarch whose abject life and capricious violence had furnished the subject of his moralizing. Endowed with irresponsible power, tempted by passions whose existence in himself he had never suspected, and betrayed by the political necessities of his position, he became gradually guilty of all the crimes and the luxury which had seemed so hideous to him in his hermitage over a dish of water-cresses. The American Tract Society from small begin nings has risen to be the dispenser of a yearly revenue of nearly half a million. It has become a great establishment, with a traditional policy, with the distrust of change and the dislike of dis turbing questions especially of such as would lessen its revenues natural to great establishments. 2 POLITICAL ESSAYS. It had been poor and weak it has become rich and powerful. The hermit has become king. If the pious men who founded the American Tract Society had been told that within forty years they would be watchful of their publications, lest, by inadvertence, anything disrespectful might be spoken of the African Slave-trade, that they would consider it an ample equivalent for compul sory dumbness on the vices of Slavery, that their colporteurs could awaken the minds of Southern brethren to the horrors of St... POLITICAL ESSAYS JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL BOSTON AND NEW YORK HOUGIITQN, MIFFLEN AND COMPANY Copyright, 1888, Bf JAMES RU88BLL LOWELL. All rights rwfVttd. The Rlwnlde JfVwt. 1 1, t, ... ., ..., ., Electrotypwl and Print by K. 0, KougUton A PEEFATOKY NOTE. 1 HAVE been often urged to reprint the articles which form the bulk of this volume, by persons who had found them Interesting at the time of their first publication, as well as by others who had read them more recently and thought them of some Interest even now. I have steadily refused to do what was asked of me, because the greater part of what Is here gathered together seemed to me to have mainly a polemic value contempora neous with the date at which It was written. I have 1 know not now wisely allowed myself to be persuaded that there was also in these papers a certain historical Interest as recalling aspects of our politics which perhaps It may be useful not wholly to forget. In looking at them again, after so long an interval for the latest of them is more than twenty years old, It gratifies me to find so little to regret In their tone, and that I was able to keep my head fairly clear of passion when my heart was at boiling-point ., .., ., I 6400748 KANSAS CITY. MO. PUBLIC LIBRARY CONTENTS. THE AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY . ... 1 THE ELECTION IN NOVEMBER ..... 17 E PLURIBTCJS UNUM 45 THE PICKENS-AND-STEALIN s REBELLION ... 75 GENERAL MCCLELLANS REPORT . . ... 92 THE REBELLION ITS CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES . 118 McCLELLAN OB LINCOLN . . ..... 158 RECONSTRUCTION ........ 177 SCOTCH THB SNAKE, OK KILL IT ., . . 206 THE PBESIDKNT ON THE STXJMI ..... 231 THE SEWAKD-JOHNSON REACTION . . . . 250 THE PLACE oir THE INDEPENDENT IN POLITICS ., 295POLITICAL ESSAYS. THE AMEEICAN TRACT SOCIETY. 1858. THERE was no apologue more popular IB the Middle Ages than that of the hermit, who, musing on the wickedness and tyranny of those whom the inscrutable wisdom of Providence had intrusted with the government of the world, fell asleep, and awoke to find himself the very monarch whose abject life and capricious violence had furnished the subject of his moralizing. Endowed with irresponsible power, tempted by passions whose existence in himself he had never suspected, and betrayed by the political necessities of his position, he became gradually guilty of all the crimes and the luxury which had seemed so hideous to him in his hermitage over a dish of water-cresses. The American Tract Society from small begin nings has risen to be the dispenser of a yearly revenue of nearly half a million. It has become a great establishment, with a traditional policy, with the distrust of change and the dislike of dis turbing questions especially of such as would lessen its revenues natural to great establishments. 2 POLITICAL ESSAYS. It had been poor and weak it has become rich and powerful. The hermit has become king. If the pious men who founded the American Tract Society had been told that within forty years they would be watchful of their publications, lest, by inadvertence, anything disrespectful might be spoken of the African Slave-trade, that they would consider it an ample equivalent for compul sory dumbness on the vices of Slavery, that their colporteurs could awaken the minds of Southern brethren to the horrors of St...

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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: DODO PR, 332 Seiten, L=216mm, B=140mm, H=19mm, Gew.=422gr, [GR: 25500 - TB/Geschichte], [SW: - History - General History], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: POLITICAL ESSAYS JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL BOSTON AND NEW YORK HOUGIITQN, MIFFLEN AND COMPANY Copyright, 1888, Bf JAMES RU88BLL LOWELL. All rights rwfVttd. The Rlwnlde JfVwt. 1 1, t, ... ., ..., ., Electrotypwl and Print by K. 0, KougUton A PEEFATOKY NOTE. 1 HAVE been often urged to reprint the articles which form the bulk of this volume, by persons who had found them Interesting at the time of their first publication, as well as by others who had read them more recently and thought them of some Interest even now. I have steadily refused to do what was asked of me, because the greater part of what Is here gathered together seemed to me to have mainly a polemic value contempora neous with the date at which It was written. I have 1 know not now wisely allowed myself to be persuaded that there was also in these papers a certain historical Interest as recalling aspects of our politics which perhaps It may be useful not wholly to forget. In looking at them again, after so long an interval for the latest of them is more than twenty years old, It gratifies me to find so little to regret In their tone, and that I was able to keep my head fairly clear of passion when my heart was at boiling-point ., .., ., I 6400748 KANSAS CITY. MO. PUBLIC LIBRARY CONTENTS. THE AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY . ... 1 THE ELECTION IN NOVEMBER ..... 17 E PLURIBTCJS UNUM 45 THE PICKENS-AND-STEALIN s REBELLION ... 75 GENERAL MCCLELLANS REPORT . . ... 92 THE REBELLION ITS CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES . 118 McCLELLAN OB LINCOLN . . ..... 158 RECONSTRUCTION ........ 177 SCOTCH THB SNAKE, OK KILL IT ., . . 206 THE PBESIDKNT ON THE STXJMI ..... 231 THE SEWAKD-JOHNSON REACTION . . . . 250 THE PLACE oir THE INDEPENDENT IN POLITICS ., 295POLITICAL ESSAYS. THE AMEEICAN TRACT SOCIETY. 1858. THERE was no apologue more popular IB the Middle Ages than that of the hermit, who, musing on the wickedness and tyranny of those whom the inscrutable wisdom of Providence had intrusted with the government of the world, fell asleep, and awoke to find himself the very monarch whose abject life and capricious violence had furnished the subject of his moralizing. Endowed with irresponsible power, tempted by passions whose existence in himself he had never suspected, and betrayed by the political necessities of his position, he became gradually guilty of all the crimes and the luxury which had seemed so hideous to him in his hermitage over a dish of water-cresses. The American Tract Society from small begin nings has risen to be the dispenser of a yearly revenue of nearly half a million. It has become a great establishment, with a traditional policy, with the distrust of change and the dislike of dis turbing questions especially of such as would lessen its revenues natural to great establishments. 2 POLITICAL ESSAYS. It had been poor and weak it has become rich and powerful. The hermit has become king. If the pious men who founded the American Tract Society had been told that within forty years they would be watchful of their publications, lest, by inadvertence, anything disrespectful might be spoken of the African Slave-trade, that they would consider it an ample equivalent for compul sory dumbness on the vices of Slavery, that their colporteurs could awaken the minds of Southern brethren to the horrors of St...

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[EAN: 9781406745672], Neubuch, [PU: Hicks Press], BRAND NEW PRINT ON DEMAND., Political Essays, James Russell Lowell, POLITICAL ESSAYS JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL BOSTON AND NEW YORK HOUGIITQN, MIFFLEN AND COMPANY Copyright, 1888, Bf JAMES RU88BLL LOWELL. All rights rwfVttd. The Rlwnlde JfVwt. 1 1, t, . ., ., ., Electrotypwl and Print by K. 0, KougUton A PEEFATOKY NOTE. 1 HAVE been often urged to reprint the articles which form the bulk of this volume, by persons who had found them Interesting at the time of their first publication, as well as by others who had read them more recently and thought them of some Interest even now. I have steadily refused to do what was asked of me, because the greater part of what Is here gathered together seemed to me to have mainly a polemic value contempora neous with the date at which It was written. I have 1 know not now wisely allowed myself to be persuaded that there was also in these papers a certain historical Interest as recalling aspects of our politics which perhaps It may be useful not wholly to forget. In looking at them again, after so long an interval for the latest of them is more than twenty years old, It gratifies me to find so little to regret In their tone, and that I was able to keep my head fairly clear of passion when my heart was at boiling-point ., ., ., I 6400748 KANSAS CITY. MO. PUBLIC LIBRARY CONTENTS. THE AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY . . 1 THE ELECTION IN NOVEMBER . 17 E PLURIBTCJS UNUM 45 THE PICKENS-AND-STEALIN s REBELLION . 75 GENERAL MCCLELLANS REPORT . . . 92 THE REBELLION ITS CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES . 118 McCLELLAN OB LINCOLN . . . 158 RECONSTRUCTION . 177 SCOTCH THB SNAKE, OK KILL IT ., . . 206 THE PBESIDKNT ON THE STXJMI . 231 THE SEWAKD-JOHNSON REACTION . . . . 250 THE PLACE oir THE INDEPENDENT IN POLITICS ., 295POLITICAL ESSAYS. THE AMEEICAN TRACT SOCIETY. 1858. THERE was no apologue more popular IB the Middle Ages than that of the hermit, who, musing on the wickedness and tyranny of those whom the inscrutable wisdom of Providence had intrusted with the government of the world, fell asleep, and awoke to find himself the very monarch whose abject life and capricious violence had furnished the subject of his moralizing. Endowed with irresponsible power, tempted by passions whose existence in himself he had never suspected, and betrayed by the political necessities of his position, he became gradually guilty of all the crimes and the luxury which had seemed so hideous to him in his hermitage over a dish of water-cresses. The American Tract Society from small begin nings has risen to be the dispenser of a yearly revenue of nearly half a million. It has become a great establishment, with a traditional policy, with the distrust of change and the dislike of dis turbing questions especially of such as would lessen its revenues natural to great establishments. 2 POLITICAL ESSAYS. It had been poor and weak it has become rich and powerful. The hermit has become king. If the pious men who founded the American Tract Society had been told that within forty years they would be watchful of their publications, lest, by inadvertence, anything disrespectful might be spoken of the African Slave-trade, that they would consider it an ample equivalent for compul sory dumbness on the vices of Slavery, that their colporteurs could awaken the minds of Southern brethren to the horrors of St.

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: Dodo Press], POLITICAL ESSAYS JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL BOSTON AND NEW YORK HOUGIITQN, MIFFLEN AND COMPANY Copyright, 1888, Bf JAMES RU88BLL LOWELL. All rights rwfVttd. The Rlwnlde JfVwt. 1 1, t, ... ., ..., ., Electrotypwl and Print by K. 0, KougUton A PEEFATOKY NOTE. 1 HAVE been often urged to reprint the articles which form the bulk of this volume, by persons who had found them Interesting at the time of their first publication, as well as by others who had read them more recently and thought them of some Interest even now. I have steadily refused to do what was asked of me, because the greater part of what Is here gathered together seemed to me to have mainly a polemic value contempora neous with the date at which It was written. I have 1 know not now wisely allowed myself to be persuaded that there was also in these papers a certain historical Interest as recalling aspects of our politics which perhaps It may be useful not wholly to forget. In looking at them again, after so long an interval for the latest of them is more than twenty years old, It gratifies me to find so little to regret In their tone, and that I was able to keep my head fairly clear of passion when my heart was at boiling-point ., .., ., I 6400748 KANSAS CITY. MO. PUBLIC LIBRARY CONTENTS. THE AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY . ... 1 THE ELECTION IN NOVEMBER ..... 17 E PLURIBTCJS UNUM 45 THE PICKENS-AND-STEALIN s REBELLION ... 75 GENERAL MCCLELLANS REPORT . . ... 92 THE REBELLION ITS CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES . 118 McCLELLAN OB LINCOLN . . ..... 158 RECONSTRUCTION ........ 177 SCOTCH THB SNAKE, OK KILL IT ., . . 206 THE PBESIDKNT ON THE STXJMI ..... 231 THE SEWAKD-JOHNSON REACTION . . . . 250 THE PLACE oir THE INDEPENDENT IN POLITICS ., 295POLITICAL ESSAYS. THE AMEEICAN TRACT SOCIETY. 1858. THERE was no apologue more popular IB the Middle Ages than that of the hermit, who, musing on the wickedness and tyranny of those whom the inscrutable wisdom of Providence had intrusted with the government of the world, fell asleep, and awoke to find himself the very monarch whose abject life and capricious violence had furnished the subject of his moralizing. Endowed with irresponsible power, tempted by passions whose existence in himself he had never suspected, and betrayed by the political necessities of his position, he became gradually guilty of all the crimes and the luxury which had seemed so hideous to him in his hermitage over a dish of water-cresses. The American Tract Society from small begin nings has risen to be the dispenser of a yearly revenue of nearly half a million. It has become a great establishment, with a traditional policy, with the distrust of change and the dislike of dis turbing questions especially of such as would lessen its revenues natural to great establishments. 2 POLITICAL ESSAYS. It had been poor and weak it has become rich and powerful. The hermit has become king. If the pious men who founded the American Tract Society had been told that within forty years they would be watchful of their publications, lest, by inadvertence, anything disrespectful might be spoken of the African Slave-trade, that they would consider it an ample equivalent for compul sory dumbness on the vices of Slavery, that their colporteurs could awaken the minds of Southern brethren to the horrors of St... Versandfertig in ca. 2 Wochen

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POLITICAL ESSAYS JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL BOSTON AND NEW YORK HOUGIITQN, MIFFLEN AND COMPANY Copyright, 1888, Bf JAMES RU88BLL LOWELL. All rights rwfVttd. The Rlwnlde JfVwt. 1 1, t, ... ., ..., ., Electrotypwl and Print by K. 0, KougUton A PEEFATOKY NOTE. 1 HAVE been often urged to reprint the articles which form the bulk of this volume, by persons who had found them Interesting at the time of their first publication, as well as by others who had read them more recently and thought them of some Interest even now. I have steadily refused to do what was asked of me, because the greater part of what Is here gathered together seemed to me to have mainly a polemic value contempora neous with the date at which It was written. I have 1 know not now wisely allowed myself to be persuaded that there was also in these papers a certain historical Interest as recalling aspects of our politics which perhaps It may be useful not wholly to forget. In looking at them again, after so long an interval for the latest of them is more than twenty years old, It gratifies me to find so little to regret In their tone, and that I was able to keep my head fairly clear of passion when my heart was at boiling-point ., .., ., I 6400748 KANSAS CITY. MO. PUBLIC LIBRARY CONTENTS. THE AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY . ... 1 THE ELECTION IN NOVEMBER ..... 17 E PLURIBTCJS UNUM 45 THE PICKENS-AND-STEALIN s REBELLION ... 75 GENERAL MCCLELLANS REPORT . . ... 92 THE REBELLION ITS CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES . 118 McCLELLAN OB LINCOLN . . ..... 158 RECONSTRUCTION ........ 177 SCOTCH THB SNAKE, OK KILL IT ., . . 206 THE PBESIDKNT ON THE STXJMI ..... 231 THE SEWAKD-JOHNSON REACTION . . . . 250 THE PLACE oir THE INDEPENDENT IN POLITICS ., 295POLITICAL ESSAYS. THE AMEEICAN TRACT SOCIETY. 1858. THERE was no apologue more popular IB the Middle Ages than that of the hermit, who, musing on the wickedness and tyranny of those whom the inscrutable wisdom of Providence had intrusted with the government of the world, fell asleep, and awoke to find himself the very monarch whose abject life and capricious violence had furnished the subject of his moralizing. Endowed with irresponsible power, tempted by passions whose existence in himself he had never suspected, and betrayed by the political necessities of his position, he became gradually guilty of all the crimes and the luxury which had seemed so hideous to him in his hermitage over a dish of water-cresses. The American Tract Society from small begin nings has risen to be the dispenser of a yearly revenue of nearly half a million. It has become a great establishment, with a traditional policy, with the distrust of change and the dislike of dis turbing questions especially of such as would lessen its revenues natural to great establishments. 2 POLITICAL ESSAYS. It had been poor and weak it has become rich and powerful. The hermit has become king. If the pious men who founded the American Tract Society had been told that within forty years they would be watchful of their publications, lest, by inadvertence, anything disrespectful might be spoken of the African Slave-trade, that they would consider it an ample equivalent for compul sory dumbness on the vices of Slavery, that their colporteurs could awaken the minds of Southern brethren to the horrors of St...

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