The Resource The reform impulse, 1825-1850., Edited by Walter Hugins

The reform impulse, 1825-1850., Edited by Walter Hugins

Label
The reform impulse, 1825-1850.
Title
The reform impulse, 1825-1850.
Statement of responsibility
Edited by Walter Hugins
Creator
Compiler
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
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1925-
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Hugins, Walter Edward
Index
no index present
LC call number
HN64
LC item number
.H9363 1972
Literary form
non fiction
Series statement
  • Documentary history of the United States.
  • Harper paperbacks
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  • United States
  • United States
  • United States
  • Social conditions
Label
The reform impulse, 1825-1850., Edited by Walter Hugins
Instantiates
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
1. Utopianism: a new system of society / Robert Owen -- 2. Evangelism: the great work of salvation / Charles Grandison Finney -- 3. Transcendentalism: man the reformer / Ralph Waldo Emerson -- 4. Prevent the progress of prostitution / New York Magdalen Society -- 5. This unmerciful practice, imprisonment for debt / Richard M. Johnson -- 6. The radical reformation of a depraved person / Alexis de Tocqueville and Gustave de Beaumont -- 7. Inviolability of the life of man / John L. O'Sullivan -- 8. Flogging in the Navy is immutably wrong / Herman Melville -- 9. The strong claims of suffering humanity / Dorothea L. Dix -- 10. The darkened mind of the blind / Samule Gridley Howe and Charles Dickens / 11. Appeal to the wealthy of the land / Mathew Carey -- 12. A general union of the various trades and arts / Ely Moore -- 13. Right of the people to the soil / George Henry Evans -- 14. The bodies and minds of the producing classes / Seth Luther -- 15. Emancipate the proletaries / Orestes A. Brownson -- 16. Control over the instinct of reproduction / Rober Dale Owen -- 17. My womanhood is insulted / Angelina Grimke, Theodore D. Weld and John G. Whittier -- 18. Inward and outward freedom of woman / Margaret Fuller -- 19. The degraded and inferior position of women / Elizabeth Cady Stanton -- 20. Ain't I a woman? / Sojourner Truth -- 21. The moral response from the heart of the child / A. Bronson Alcott and Elizabeth Peabody -- 22. A system of Republican education / New York Workingmen's Party -- 23. The great equalizer of the conditions of men / Horace Mann -- 24. The Advantages of a liberal education / Thaddeus Stevens -- 25. Negroes everywhere form a people apart / Gustave de Beaumont -- 26. Colonizing the free people of color / American Colonization Society -- 27. We must and shall be free / David Walker -- 28. Immediate emanicipation or continued slavery / William Jay -- 29. Moderation is deliberate barbarity / William Lloyd Garrison -- 30. The case of human rights against slavery / Theodore Dwight Weld -- 31. Abolition is a necessary and glorious part of democracy / William Leggett -- 32. Intemperance is worse than the slave trade / Heman Humphrey -- 33. Abstinence from the use of ardent spirit / National Circular -- 34. Early impressions of temperance / Juvenile Friends of Temperance -- 35. All men are created temperate / Washington Temperance Society -- 36. The termperance revolution / Abraham Lincoln -- 37. The supreme virtue of a life of celibacy / The Shakers -- 38. Bible communism and complex marriage / John Humphrey Noyes -- 39. Human liberty and equality without exceptions or limitations / Frances Wright -- 40. A natural union between intellectual and manual labor / George Ripley and Ralph W. Emerson -- 41. A social system perfectly adapted to human nature / Albert Brisbane -- 42. The governments of this world are anti-Christ / William Lloyd Garrison -- 43. The mass of men serve the state as machines / Henry D. Thoreau -- 43. The mass of men serve the state as machines / Henry D. Thoreau -- 44. Dethrone the sanguinary monster, war / Elihu Burritt -- 45. We are overrun with quackery / Orestes A. Browndon -- 46. Godlike benevolence debased into all-devouring egotism / Nathaniel Hawthorne
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
ix, 260 pages
Isbn
9780061388538
Lccn
75184403
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)00389718
  • (OCoLC)ocm00389718
Label
The reform impulse, 1825-1850., Edited by Walter Hugins
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
1. Utopianism: a new system of society / Robert Owen -- 2. Evangelism: the great work of salvation / Charles Grandison Finney -- 3. Transcendentalism: man the reformer / Ralph Waldo Emerson -- 4. Prevent the progress of prostitution / New York Magdalen Society -- 5. This unmerciful practice, imprisonment for debt / Richard M. Johnson -- 6. The radical reformation of a depraved person / Alexis de Tocqueville and Gustave de Beaumont -- 7. Inviolability of the life of man / John L. O'Sullivan -- 8. Flogging in the Navy is immutably wrong / Herman Melville -- 9. The strong claims of suffering humanity / Dorothea L. Dix -- 10. The darkened mind of the blind / Samule Gridley Howe and Charles Dickens / 11. Appeal to the wealthy of the land / Mathew Carey -- 12. A general union of the various trades and arts / Ely Moore -- 13. Right of the people to the soil / George Henry Evans -- 14. The bodies and minds of the producing classes / Seth Luther -- 15. Emancipate the proletaries / Orestes A. Brownson -- 16. Control over the instinct of reproduction / Rober Dale Owen -- 17. My womanhood is insulted / Angelina Grimke, Theodore D. Weld and John G. Whittier -- 18. Inward and outward freedom of woman / Margaret Fuller -- 19. The degraded and inferior position of women / Elizabeth Cady Stanton -- 20. Ain't I a woman? / Sojourner Truth -- 21. The moral response from the heart of the child / A. Bronson Alcott and Elizabeth Peabody -- 22. A system of Republican education / New York Workingmen's Party -- 23. The great equalizer of the conditions of men / Horace Mann -- 24. The Advantages of a liberal education / Thaddeus Stevens -- 25. Negroes everywhere form a people apart / Gustave de Beaumont -- 26. Colonizing the free people of color / American Colonization Society -- 27. We must and shall be free / David Walker -- 28. Immediate emanicipation or continued slavery / William Jay -- 29. Moderation is deliberate barbarity / William Lloyd Garrison -- 30. The case of human rights against slavery / Theodore Dwight Weld -- 31. Abolition is a necessary and glorious part of democracy / William Leggett -- 32. Intemperance is worse than the slave trade / Heman Humphrey -- 33. Abstinence from the use of ardent spirit / National Circular -- 34. Early impressions of temperance / Juvenile Friends of Temperance -- 35. All men are created temperate / Washington Temperance Society -- 36. The termperance revolution / Abraham Lincoln -- 37. The supreme virtue of a life of celibacy / The Shakers -- 38. Bible communism and complex marriage / John Humphrey Noyes -- 39. Human liberty and equality without exceptions or limitations / Frances Wright -- 40. A natural union between intellectual and manual labor / George Ripley and Ralph W. Emerson -- 41. A social system perfectly adapted to human nature / Albert Brisbane -- 42. The governments of this world are anti-Christ / William Lloyd Garrison -- 43. The mass of men serve the state as machines / Henry D. Thoreau -- 43. The mass of men serve the state as machines / Henry D. Thoreau -- 44. Dethrone the sanguinary monster, war / Elihu Burritt -- 45. We are overrun with quackery / Orestes A. Browndon -- 46. Godlike benevolence debased into all-devouring egotism / Nathaniel Hawthorne
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
ix, 260 pages
Isbn
9780061388538
Lccn
75184403
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)00389718
  • (OCoLC)ocm00389718

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