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Enthusiasm, Authority, and the Great Awakening: James Davenport and Charles Chauncy. The Price of Patriotism: Jonathan Sewall and John Adams. The Conflict over the Constitution: Patrick Henry and James Madison. Agrarians and Capitalists in the Early Republic: John Taylor and Alexander Hamilton.
Resistance and Western Expansion: Tecumseh and William Henry Harrison. The Fruits of the Factory System: Sarah Bagley and Nathan Appleton. Politics, Morality, and Race in the Abolitionist Crusade: William Lloyd Garrison and Frederick Douglass.
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