Liberty and liberticide : the role of America in nineteenth-century British radicalism / Michael J. Turner.
- Lanham : Lexington Books, 
1 online resource (289 p.)
- Radicalism -- Great Britain -- History.
Great Britain -- Relations -- United States -- History.
United States -- Relations -- Great Britain -- History.
- Electronic books.
- Liberty and Liberticide focuses on the influence America exerted over the ideas and activities of nineteenth-century British radicals. While some looked on America as the model of liberty, others associated it with the destruction of liberty. Turner shows how British radicals' views about the United States and the course of Anglo-American relations shaped their domestic reform agenda and their assumptions about British political values and Britain's place in the world.
- The politics and rhetoric of admiration
Eulogies with reservations
The growth of anti-Americanism: tariffs, slavery, and U.S. foreign policy
American crisis, part one
American crisis, part two
After the Civil War
Late nineteenth-century political and economic contexts.
- Description based upon print version of record.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Description based on print version record.
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