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The Irrepressible Conflict, 1850-1865
Arthur C. Cole
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THE IRREPRESSIBLE CONFLICT.; History of Slavery as a Political Issue. THE ORIGIN AND AIM OF MODERN PARTIES. Speech of Hon. William H. Seward in the Senate of the United States. This is James Rhodes' second volume of his eight volume "History of the United States - From the Compromise of to the McKinley-Bryan Campaign of ". This volume covers the years from through , though some of had been covered in the previous volume.5/5.
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Irrepressible Conflict, as a term, originated with William H. Seward in an speech predicting the collision of the socioeconomic institutions of the North and the South.
Seward maintained this collision would determine whether the nation would be dominated by a system of free labor or slave labor. The Irrepressible Conflict: by Cole, Arthur C.
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By ARTHUR CHARLES COLE, professor of history, Western Reserve University. (New York, The Macmillan Company, xv, p. Illustrations. $) In The Irrepressible Conflict Professor Cole has produced another. The World’s Famous Orations. America: II. (–). His “Irrepressible Conflict” Speech William Henry Seward (–72) ().
History of the United States. The irrepressible conflict () The long dispute between the North and South over the issue of slavery came to a head after the Mexican War ended in The vast new area the United States had acquired in the West during the 's created a.
At the time, the use of the phrase did not include the assumption that the "irrepressible conflict" would necessarily find expression in violence or armed conflict. BIBLIOGRAPHY. Cole, Arthur C. The Irrepressible Conflict: – New York: Macmillan, Freehling, William W.
The Road to Disunion: Secessionists at Bay, – The Irrepressible Conflict, By Arthur Charles Cole. [A History of American Life, v. 7.] (New York, Macmillan Co., p., illus.) Contrary to the editor's opening statement that "probably no period of Ameri.
can history has been more thoroughly explored by historians than the. Civil War, in U.S. history, conflict (–65) between the Northern states (the Union) and the Southern states that seceded from the Union and formed the is generally known in the South as the War between the States and is also called the War of the Rebellion (the official Union designation), the War of Secession, and the War for Southern Independence.Hinton Rowan Helper (Decem – March 9, ) was an American Southern critic of slavery during the s.
Inhe published a book which he dedicated to the "nonslaveholding whites" of the South. The Impending Crisis of the South, written partly in North Carolina but published when the author was in the North, argued that slavery hurt the economic prospects of non-slaveholders.Compromise of The annexation of Texas to the United States and the gain of new territory by the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo at the close of the Mexican War () aggravated the hostility between North and South concerning the question of the extension of slavery into the territories.
The antislavery forces favored the proposal made in the Wilmot Proviso to exclude slavery from all the.