My dissertation traces the belief that Americans are united in solidarity primarily in cosmopolitan terms---that is, by virtue of their shared humanity. Though scholars rarely identify qshared humanityq as a source of American solidarity, I find that many seminal figures in U.S. history appealed for solidarity on precisely these grounds.Intuitive reason, answers in the negative.a51 Many of his proFederalist adversaries appear to have agreed. ... well have had Cato III in mind, as well as Brutus I (published in the Journal on October 18), when he sat down to write Federalist 10.
|Title||:||One Nation: Cosmopolitanism and the Making of American Identity from Madison to Lincoln|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|