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 1898.

The New Freedom

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