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The Market Revolution in America

Social, Political, and Religious Expressions 1800–1880
Edited by Melvyn Stokes and Steven Conway

BUY Paper · 351 pp. · 6 × 9 · ISBN 9780813916507 · $27.50 · Mar 1996

The last decade has seen a major shift in the way nineteenth-century American history is interpreted, and increasing attention is being paid to the market revolution occurring between 1815 and the Civil War. This collection of twelve essays by preeminent scholars in nineteenth-century history aims to respond to Charles Sellers’s The Market Revolution, reflecting upon the historiographic accomplishments initiated by his work, while at the same time advancing the argument across a range of fields.

About the Author(s): 

Melvyn Stokes teaches American history at University College London. He has published a number of articles and is coeditor of Race and Class in the American South since 1890. Stephen Conway lectures in history at University College London. He is author of The War of American Independence, 1775-1783, and has edited three volumes of Jeremy Bentham's Correspondence.

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