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Aug 25, 2017 2:15am EDT
period is when he actually meets george canning for the first time in london and canning starts to starts querying him about sectional differences, this is in the mid 1790s and he's outraged. how dare he suggest i'm anything but an american. by the time he's saying thering to canning, he is expecting them to try to use slavery to divide and conquer account americans, and he's not going og go there. >> thanks, david. one thing i should have said to set this in context, one of the leading causes of the war of 1812 was the british habit and policy of boarding american ships to search for british sailors who were operating as american sailors. americans saw those as immigrants and said no, those are americans. you come here and you become an american. in the 19th century. and the british said, no, you have a perpetual loyalty to britain if you were born in britain, you will always be a briton. we have every right to impress you into our service. that's what he's referring to in terms of impressment. that issue led to the war of 1812, but that very issue in many ways encue sue hated his
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Jul 1, 2017 12:25pm EDT
entries from this period is when he meets george canning for the first time in london and starts getting questions about sectional differences. said howtraged and dare he suggests i am not on the same page as a virginian? by the time he is saying this to canning, he is expecting them to use slavery to divide and conquer the americans, and he is not going to go there. the one thing i should have said, this in context, one of the leading causes of the war of 1812 was the british habit of -- and policy of boarding american ships to search for her sailors operating as -- four british sailors operating as american sailors. americans saw those as immigrants. they said no, those are americans. you come here, you become an american in the 19th century. [laughter] dr. mason: the british said, no, you have a perpetual loyalty to britain. if you were born in britain, you will always be in britain. we have every right, especially in the context of new napoleonic wars to impress you and our service. that's what he's referring to in terms of that. that led to the war of 1812, but that very iss
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Aug 25, 2017 4:24pm EDT
figure. >> then on after words, george malone describes the paper's role in shaping america. he's interviewed by financial times global business columnist and associate editor rana faruhar. >> the journal supported the federal exchange act, again, with the idea that it would stabilize money and local banks can issue money against gold that they had in their vaults and they created a national currency and the journal supported that, but then in the 1920s began to have second thoughts. >> for more on this weekend's schedule go to book tv.org. >> the massachusetts historical society looked at john quincy adams views on slavery and how they evolved with readings of his own writings. we'll hear from matthew mason, auth are on of john quincy adams and the politics of slavery. this is just over an hour. >> a remarkable historical figure and central to almost any academic study of the late 19th to mid -- excuse me, late 18th to mid-19th century and based on the diary that john quincy adams had to matthew mason are here to talk about their book selections from their diary. this book was re
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Jun 25, 2017 8:00pm EDT
certainly not the kind of tenant george washington would have used but we love the fact it did show how armies traveled, living in tents. >> thursday, july 6, at 7:00 p.m. eastern time on american history tv, the easy him of the american result -- revolution. >> next on the presidency, the massachusetts historical society in boston host a discussion about john quincy adams new boston evolving views on slavery, of adams -- from adams on ratings. speakers talk about their book. this is about one hour. a >> -- >> a central historical figure. based on the 69 your diary that john quincy adams kept -- tonight's speakers are here to nalk about their book, "joh quincy adams and slavery, the selections from the diary." this book was recently hailed as a great read, and -- and informative reality check on issues that exist even now. matthew mason is an associate professor at brigham young university. his publications include, slavery and politics in the early american republic, a possible -- a possible union, a political biography. severalso co-edited volumes, including, contesting slavery, t
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Aug 25, 2017 11:41am EDT
george cannon for the first time in london, and he starts querying him about sectional differences, this is in the mid-1790s, and he's outraged, how dare he consider me anything but an american and not on the same page as virginia. by the time he sees mr. cannon, he expects them to try to use slavery to divide and conquer the americans, and he's not going to go there. >> thank, david. one thing to set in context is the leading cause of the war in 1812 was the british habit of boarding american ships to search for british sailors who were operating as american sailors. america saw them as immigrants, and said, no, we need -- those are americans. you come here, and you become an american. it was in 19th century. [ laughter ] the british said, no, you have a perpetual loyalty to britain. if you are born in britain, we have every right, especially to impress you into our service, and that's what he's referring to in terms of impressment. that issue led to the war of 1812, but that very issue in many ways encapsulated fears of american sovereignty david talked about and help set the con
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