Vicarious Revolutionaries: Martial Discourse and the Origins of Mass Party Competition in the United States, 1789-1848Studies in American Political Development
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Citation InformationCedric De Leon. "Vicarious Revolutionaries: Martial Discourse and the Origins of Mass Party Competition in the United States, 1789-1848" Studies in American Political Development Vol. 24 (2010) p. 121 - 141 ISSN: 0898-588X/10
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