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federal age, 1789-1829
Keith B. Berwick
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I divide federal government history into six overlapping periods, modified from a classification by the recently deceased, distinguished historian of the U.S.
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Ralph Ketcham is the Maxwell Professor Emeritus of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University, as well as a Senior Research Associate at the Campbell Public Affairs Institute. Ketcham is the author of many books, including The Madisons at Montpelier: Reflections on the Founding Couple (University of Virginia Press) and The Idea of Democracy in.
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Post Office Department, – As non-Cabinet department, –Bibliographic Essay. Over the past three decades or so, the period of history covered by this book has experienced a renaissance in historical writing, involving the production of many more books than can be cited in this essay.
Consequently, this bibliography is very selective.