The Political Writings of Rufus Choate

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Regnery Gateway, 2002 - Business & Economics - 432 pages
An orator of great renown, a congressman, senator, and colleague of Daniel Webster, Rufus Choate was a strong proponent of protective tariffs to assist domestic industry.

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The political writings of Rufus Choate

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The forgotten speeches of a master of 19th-century oratory are resurrected in this engaging volume of Americana. Choate, a Whig congressman and senator from Massachusetts in the 1830s and 1840s ... Read full review

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Contents

CHAPTER I
13
CHAPTER II
35
CHAPTER III
55
CHAPTER IV
103
CHAPTER V
171
CHAPTER VI
189
CHAPTER VII
211
CHAPTER VIII
225
CHAPTER XII
313
CHAPTER XIII
327
CHAPTER XIV
351
CHAPTER XV
373
CHAPTER XVI
395
APPENDIX I
403
APPENDIX II
411
INDEX
423

CHAPTER IX
235
CHAPTER X
247
CHAPTER XI
301
NOTE ON THE EDITORS
Copyright

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Thomas E. Woods Jr. was born on August 1, 1972. He holds a BA degree in history from Harvard and his masters and PhD from Columbia University. He served as a history department faculty member at Suffolk County Community College in N.Y. until 2006 then moved on to resident scholar and senior faculty member of Ludwig Von Misses Institute in Alabama. He is a N.Y. Times bestselling author of 10 books such as Meltdown: A Free Market Look at Why the Stock Market Collapsed, The Economy Tanked and Government Bailout Will Make Things Worse and Nullification: How to resist Federal Tyranny in the 21st Century. He has also written for several scholarly periodicals such as Historical Review and Investors Daily. He won the $50, 000 first prize in the Templeton Enterprise Awards for 2006 for his book The Church and The Market. He has been the associate editor for the Latin Mass magazine for 11 years. He has also appeared on MSNBC's Scarborough County and Bloomberg Television.