New International Dictionary of Old Testament Theology & Exegesis, Količina 2

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Willem VanGemeren
Zondervan Publishing House, 1964 - 5 strani

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Why They Decided to Come
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Conflict over representation Records of the Constitutional Conven
11
English dislike of the Stamp Act Petition of London merchants 1766 108
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The colonists constitutional dilemma Carl Becker 1927 109
14
Reasons for Puritan migration John Winthrop 1629
15
The need for education Thomas Jefferson 1813 191
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The coming of the Germans Palatine petition to the crown 1720
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Jackson and the Sectional Challenge 8 Removal of the Cherokee Cherokee Memorial and Protest 1836
263
Nullification South Carolina nullification ordinance 1832
266
Proclamation on nullification Andrew Jackson 1832
267
The Government and the Economy 13 The Bank controversy Jacksons veto of the recharter law 1832
269
The Bank issue and Jacksonian politics Marvin Meyers 1957
273
Slavery and Sectionalism 15 Southern defense of slavery John C Calhoun 1837
275
The Northern attack William Lloyd Garrison 1831
277
Free state and slave stateOhio and Kentucky Alexis de Tocque ville ca 1830
278

The Significance
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The beginnings of education Massachusetts school law 1647
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The basis for intolerance Nathaniel Ward 1647
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The impact of Puritan virtues on modern American society Alan
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The beginnings of religious freedom Maryland Toleration Act
53
III
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Life on a Virginia plantation Philip Vickers Fithian 1774
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Eighteenthcentury medical care Dr MilliganJohnston 1763
76
Restraints on Trade
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Natural laws in the economic order Adam Smith 1776
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IV
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Parliaments right to impose a stamp act upon the colonies Jared
103
Protest from lowerclass leaders New York Sons of Liberty 1773
112
The first Continental Congress John Adams 1774
113
An Englishman urges conciliation with the colonies Edmund Burke 1775
114
The British march out to Lexington and Concord Lt John Barker ? 1775
115
Amos Farnsworth fights at Bunker Hill Amos Farnsworth 1775
117
Common Sense Thomas Paine 1776
118
Independence declared Declaration of Independence 1776
120
What the Declaration did not say Thomas Jefferson 1776
122
The War for Independence 26 The American Crisis Thomas Paine 1777
124
Cornwallis surrenders at Yorktown Dr James Thacher 1781
126
Why did the colonists seek independence? Edmund Burke 1775
128
THE CONSTITUTION AND CONSERVATISM The Problems of Victory 1 A new frame of government Articles of Confederation 1781
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Beginnings of the land system Ordinance of 1785
134
Government for the West Ordinance of 1787
135
Liberty for the West Bill of Rights for Ordinance of 1787
136
Agrarian discontent Grievances of Shays rebels 1786
137
Constitutional Mechanics 8 A description of the gathering of Convention delegates George Mason 1787
140
The Virginia Plan Records of the Constitutional Convention 1787
141
tion 1787
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The Constitution of the United States
145
Opposition from the masses Winslow C Watson ca 1788
152
Democratic misgivings Patrick Henry 1788
153
Defense of the Constitution Federalist Papers No 10
156
The role of parties E E Schattschneider 1942
161
Hamilton sees no need for a bill of rights Federalist Papers No 84
162
The Rise of Political Parties
164
The First Ten Amendments to the Constitution
165
Washingtons inauguration William Maclay 1789
166
Presidential titles William Maclay 1789
168
The case for strict construction Thomas Jefferson 1791
169
The case for loose construction Alexander Hamilton 1791
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The Federalist position John Adams 1788
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ADOLESCENT NATIONALISM The Foundations of American Foreign Policy 1 The young republic benefits from salutary neglect Marcus Cun liff...
175
A plea for internationalism National Gazette 1793
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Washington bids farewell George Washington 1796
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The political implications of Washingtons Farewell Address Alex ander DeConde 1957
180
The Republicans protest the growing consolidation of the Federal ists Kentucky Legislature 1799
181
John Adams looks back on his administration John Adams to James Lloyd 1815
182
SelfConscious Americans
183
The need for an American language Marquis de Chastellux 1782
185
Nationalism in religion Bishop John Carroll 1785
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Washington and the cherry tree Mason L Weems 1800
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The Enlightenment Deepens 12 A plea for religious freedom Thomas Jefferson 1782
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The bible of deism Thomas Paine 1796
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society 1787
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The Counterrevolutionaries 17 The conservative philosophy James Kent 1821
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The Great Revival of 1800 Peter Cartwright 1801
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The Counterreformation American Tract Society 1816
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JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICANISM The Jeffersonian Philosophy 1 Washington in 1800 Abigail Adams to her daughter 1800
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Belief in the people Jeffersons inaugural address 1801
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Jefferson and religious freedom Virginia Statute of Religious Free dom 1786
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Jeffersons faith in the contemporary generation Jefferson to Samuel Kercheval 1816
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Judicial review Marbury v Madison 1803
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Jefferson on judges Thomas Jefferson 1820 1822
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A modern scholar views the Jefferson image Merrill Peterson 1960
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Foreign Affairs under Jefferson and Madison 8 The importance of New Orleans to the young nation Jefferson to Robert Livingston 1802
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France threatens American shipping Berlin Decree 1806
212
The United States answers Embargo Act 1807
213
The western Indian problem Speech of Tecumseh 1809
214
The western demand for war Henry Clay 1810
216
War is declared Madisons war message 1812
217
New England opposition Hartford Convention 1814
219
The War of 1812
221
An American fights at New Orleans Anonymous ca 1815
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What were the causes of the War of 1812? Julius W Pratt 1925
224
The western need for markets was a major cause of the War of 1812
226
Labor
228
The cotton South Georgia Courier 1827
229
Government Aid and Regional Interests 4 The demand for internal improvements Henry Clay 1824
231
National planning and defense John C Calhoun 1817
233
A plea for a higher nationalism John Q Adams 1825
235
The expansion of internal trade after the War of 1812 Guy S Cal lender 1909
237
The doctrine of implied powers McCulloch v Maryland 1819
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Expanding national power Gibbons v Ogden 1824
242
The sanctity of contract Dartmouth College v Woodward 1819
243
Effect of Marshalls decisions Max Lerner 1939
245
Life among the Louisiana sugar planters Timothy Flint 1826
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A prosperous Georgia planter Thomas E Watson 1904
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A Georgia rice plantation Fanny Kemble 1839
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The question of slavery like a fire bell in the night Thomas Jefferson to John Holmes 1820
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A National Foreign Policy 16 England suggests the Monroe Doctrine George Canning 1823
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Approval of the Monroe Doctrine proposal Thomas Jefferson to Monroe 1823
251
The Monroe Doctrine 1823
252
The future world to be polarized between Russia and the United States Alexis de Tocqueville ca 1830
254
THE CHALLENGE OF SECTIONALISM The Democratic Spirit 1 Jacksons inauguration James Parton 1860
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Western democratic influences Illinois Constitution 1818
256
Eastern democratic influences Trade union convention 1834
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Education and democracy Horace Mann 1845
261
An appraisal of sectionalism Frederick Jackson Turner 1914
280
THE TRIUMPH OF DEMOCRATIC REFORM The Goals of Social Reform 1 The belief in perfectionism Alexis de Tocqueville ca 1835
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Working conditions in Lowell Massachusetts The Harbinger 1846
284
Working conditions in New York New York Daily Tribune 1845
286
The children of Boston Theodore Parker 1846
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Labors right to organize Commonwealth v Hunt 1842
289
The demand for equality Parke Goodwin 1844
290
The quest for Utopia Albert Brisbane 1840
292
The Fourier experiments Integral Phalanx of Illinois 1846
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Crusade for the Equality of Women
297
Women demand equality Declaration of Seneca Falls convention 1848 296 The Religious Search for Utopia 15 Social and individual perfection The ...
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Religious perfectionists John Humphrey Noyes 1870
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The Millerites The advent in Philadelphia 1844
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The Mormons Joseph Smith 1823
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Blueprints for Social Reform 19 Prison reform Dorothea Dix 1843
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The conservative reaction Franklin Pierce veto message 1854
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The attack on demon rum Temperance songs 18301850
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The quest for universal peace Elihu Burritt 1854
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SECTIONALISM AND EXPANSION Manifest Destiny 1 The demand for expansion John L OSullivan 1845
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The boundaries of America American Union 1849
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A modern scholar looks at Manifest Destiny A K Weinberg 1935
315
The Expansion Westward 6 Missionaries and expansion William Walker 1833
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The Oregon trail Jesse Applegate 1843
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The Oregon question Thomas Hart Benton 1846
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The annexation of Texas Congressional joint resolution 1845
322
The Mexican Campaign 10 American demands for war James K Polk Diary 1846
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War is declared Polks war message 1846
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Northern opposition to the war Lincolns Spot Resolutions 1847
325
Expansion and Slavery 13 The North and slavery expansion James Russell Lowell 1846
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The slavery issue in Congress Wilmot Proviso 1846
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The Southern reaction Robert Toombs 1849
328
A solution is offered Compromise of 1850
329
Henry Clay defends the compromise Henry Clay 1850
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The Northern position William H Seward 1850
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The Southern position John C Calhoun 1850
334
The deciding speech Daniel Webster 1850
338
New England rejects Webster John Greenleaf Whittier 1850
340
DRIFTING TOWARD DISUNION The Debate is Renewed 1 The return of runaway slaves The Fugitive Slave Act 1850
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The spread of abolitionism Harriet Beecher Stowe 1852
343
The Anthony Burns story Charles Emery Stevens 1856
344
Southern desire for expansion Ostend Manifesto 1854
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Western lands for slavery KansasNebraska Act 1854
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The Division Widens 6 Southern philosophy George Fitzhugh 1854
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Bond slaves versus wage slaves William J Grayson 1854
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Southern whites and slavery Hinton R Helper 1857
354
Northern progress Walt Whitman 1855
355
The new wealth and culture James Russell Lowell 1849
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Slavery in the South Frederick L Olmsted 1861
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A House Divided 12 The North and Kansas Eli Thayer 1856
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Kansas warfare Lecompton Constitution 1857
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The South triumphant Dred Scott v Sanford 1857
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The Northern reaction Abraham Lincoln 1857
367
John Brown speaks for himself John Brown 1859
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Conservative Southerners rue the martyrdom of John Brown James A Seddon to R M T Hunter 1859
369
The Republicans opportunity Republican party platform 1860
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CIVIL WAR The Breakdown of the Democratic Process 1 The South acts South Carolina Ordinance of Secession 1860
373
White supremacy the cornerstone of the Confederacy Jefferson Davis 1861
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The breakdown of the democratic process brings the nation to war Avery O Craven 1950
375
The Lines are Drawn 5 Word pictures of two presidentsLincoln and Davis William H Russell 18601861
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Southerners make their decision Stephen Vincent Benét 1937
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News of war comes to an Indiana farm boy Theodore Upson Journal 1861
379
Recruiting in Wisconsin Michael Fitch 1905
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A rebeľs recollections George Eggleston 1875
382
The Sound of Battle 10 With Jackson at Second Manassas John H Chamberlayne 1862
384
Agony at Chancellorsville Walt Whitman 1863
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The cannons at Gettysburg Frank A Haskell 1863
387
Incident at Chattanooga James A Connolly 1863
389
Qualities of Negro troops Thomas W Higginson 1870
391
The Robert E Lee runs the blockade John Wilkinson 1877
393
War Echoes 16 An execution Marsena R Patrick 1864
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The surgeons busy at Gettysburg Carl Schurz 1908
396
The home front Emma LeConte Diary 1865
397
Prison life at Point Lookout Luther W Hopkins 1908
398
The Greater Conflict 20 Lincolns view on slavery Lincoln to Horace Greeley 1861
400
The Emancipation Proclamation Abraham Lincoln 1862
401
The democratic spirit Gettysburg Address 1863
403
With malice towards none Abraham Lincoln 1865
404
The Falling Curtain 25 The Confederate defeat Robert E Lee 1865
405
ROAD TO REUNION The Unresolved Conflict 1 The spirit of hate Thaddeus Stevens 1865
407
Veto of the Freedmens Bureau bill Andrew Johnson 1866
410
A liberal view Carl Schurz 1866
412
The Fourteenth Amendment 4 Freedom for whom? Fourteenth Amendment 1868
414
Behind the amendment Thaddeus Stevens 1866
415
The framing of the Fourteenth Amendment Joseph B James 1956
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The Black Codes The Alabama code 1865
418
The President dissents Johnsons veto of First Reconstruction Act 1867 420 The Issue of White Supremacy
419
The balance of history South Carolina Constitution 1868
421
Black reconstruction W E B DuBois 1935
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The Supreme Court Civil Rights Cases 1883
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The separate but equal doctrine Plessy v Ferguson 1896
426
The Legacy of Reconstruction 13 Political consequences A N Holcombe 1929
429
Spiritual consequences Langston Hughes 1932
431
One mans view of Grant Henry Adams 1918
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Corruption in politics Crédit Mobilier investigation 1873
433
A presidential apology Ulysses S Grant 1876
436
The irony of Southern history C Vann Woodward 1953
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Constitution of the United States
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