By Peter O'Connor
Using an leading edge interdisciplinary technique, American Sectionalism within the British brain, 1832–1863 offers a corrective to simplified interpretations of British attitudes in the direction of the united states in the course of the antebellum and early Civil warfare classes. It explores the numerous complexities of transatlantic politics and tradition and examines constructing British principles approximately US sectionalism, from the abolition of slavery within the British Empire and the Nullification concern in South Carolina (1832/1883) via to the Civil struggle. It additionally demonstrates how those pre-war engagements with the united states encouraged renowned British responses to the outbreak of the Civil War.
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