The Jeffersonian Vision, 1801-1815: The Art of American Power During the Early Republic - The Art of American Power During the Early Republic (Hardback)
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The Jeffersonian Vision, 1801-1815: The Art of American Power During the Early Republic - The Art of American Power During the Early Republic (Hardback)

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Hardback 280 Pages / Published: 01/12/2012
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The Jeffersonian Vision, 1801-1815, reveals how the nation's leaders understood and asserted power during those fifteen crucial years from when Thomas Jefferson took the oath as the nation's third president to the last shots fired at the Battle of New Orleans in January 1815.

Publisher: Potomac Books Inc
ISBN: 9781597976763
Number of pages: 280
Weight: 567 g
Dimensions: 152 x 228 x 30 mm


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In continuing his laudable Art of American Power series, William Nester rubs the sheen off two of America s most famous founding fathers and shows that as presidents, Thomas Jefferson and James Madison naively engaged in economic and political policies that proved far more deadly to American interests than the armies and navies of its foes. Much more than a history lesson, there are strong warnings here for the present as Nester reminds us that a nation s ultimate foundation of power is its economy. An insightful portrait of the early missteps of American foreign policy. Walter R. Borneman, author of 1812: The War That Forged a Nation--Walter R. Borneman"
"The Jeffersonian Vision is a solid and concise narrative of the Jefferson age."--Timothy C. Hemmis, H-War--Timothy C. Hemmis
"In continuing his laudable Art of American Power series, William Nester rubs the sheen off two of America's most famous founding fathers and shows that as presidents, Thomas Jefferson and James Madison naively engaged in economic and political policies that proved far more deadly to American interests than the armies and navies of its foes. Much more than a history lesson, there are strong warnings here for the present as Nester reminds us that a nation's ultimate foundation of power is its economy. An insightful portrait of the early missteps of American foreign policy."--Walter R. Borneman, author of 1812: The War That Forged a Nation--Walter R. Borneman
-The Jeffersonian Vision is a solid and concise narrative of the Jefferson age.---Timothy C. Hemmis, H-War--Timothy C. Hemmis
-In continuing his laudable Art of American Power series, William Nester rubs the sheen off two of America's most famous founding fathers and shows that as presidents, Thomas Jefferson and James Madison naively engaged in economic and political policies that proved far more deadly to American interests than the armies and navies of its foes. Much more than a history lesson, there are strong warnings here for the present as Nester reminds us that a nation's ultimate foundation of power is its economy. An insightful portrait of the early missteps of American foreign policy.---Walter R. Borneman, author of 1812: The War That Forged a Nation--Walter R. Borneman

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