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Factions and Parties in Georgia, 1807-1845, Part 2 (In Pursuit of Dead Georgians, 34)

[Note: This is the second of two posts on the evolution of political parties in Georgia from 1807 to 1845 (for the first, go here). Between 1831 and 1837, the tariff issue became increasingly divisive in Georgia. Some members of … Continue reading

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Factions and Parties in Georgia, 1807-1845, Part 1 (In Pursuit of Dead Georgians, 34)

[Note: Between 1807 and 1845, the political system in Georgia underwent a reluctant, clumsy, and—to outsiders—baffling evolution. Georgia politics seemed so bizarre that Baltimore editor Hezekiah Niles was wont to look down his increasingly Whiggish nose and mutter something along … Continue reading

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