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RZ-51455-12
The Social Logic of Past Politics: Individual Voting Records, Social Networks, and Neighborhoods in Two 19th-Century Cities
Donald DeBats, Virginia Foundation for the Humanities

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The Social Logic of Past Politics (Web Resources)
Title: The Social Logic of Past Politics
Author: Donald DeBats
Abstract: Alexandria and Newport are River Cities ? one on the Potomac River opposite Washington DC and one on the Ohio River opposite Cincinnati, Ohio. This website ? and the large study on which it rests -- focuses on these two cities as they were in years just before the Civil War (Alexandria) and just after (Newport). In the nineteenth century the United States was still a rural nation, but cities were the way of the future.
Year: 2012
Primary URL: http://www.socsci.flinders.edu.au/amst/TaleofTwoCities


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