Objects & Places from The American Political Tradition and the Men Who Made It

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The United States - This is the country of origin for all of the book's major characters.

The Constitutional Convention - This was the political meeting where the Constitution was created.

Virginia - This was the birthplace of many American Founders and the center of political life in early America.

Monticello - This was Thomas Jefferson's famed plantation.

The South - This area includes states including Georgia, North and South Carolina, and Virginia.

The North - This area contains states including the original states of the Union.

The Emancipation Proclamation - This is the famed document that freed American slaves.

The Second Bank of the United States - Chartered in 1816, this establishment was eventually closed by Andrew Jackson.

The Cross of Gold - This symbol is from one of William Jennings Bryan's most famous speeches.

The Philippines - The United States acquired this former Spanish protectorate in...

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