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Understanding the Essex Junto: Fear, Dissent, and Propaganda in the Early Republic
The New England Quarterly
  • Dinah Mayo-Bobee, East Tennessee State University
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Article
Publication Date
12-1-2015
Description

Historians have never formed a consensus over the Essex Junto. In fact, though often associated with New England Federalists, propagandists evoked the Junto long after the Federalist Party’s demise in 1824. This article chronicles uses of the term Essex Junto and its significance as it evolved from the early republic through the 1840s.

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© 2015 by The New England Quarterly. MIT Press Journals permits authors to archive the final version of record of their article on institutional repositories and personal webpages hosted at the institution. This document was originally published by The New England Quarterly.

Citation Information
Dinah Mayo-Bobee. "Understanding the Essex Junto: Fear, Dissent, and Propaganda in the Early Republic" The New England Quarterly Vol. 88 Iss. 4 (2015) p. 623 - 656 ISSN: 0028-4866
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/dinah-mayo-bobee/22/