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Conservatism and Southern Intellectuals, 1789-1861: Liberty, Tradition, and the Good Society Hardcover – January 1, 2005


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An exhaustively researched and carefully written account of the varieties of antebellum Southern conservatism."
--Paul Gottfried



"Tate possesses a wonderful writing style, impeccable research skills, and a rigorous analytical mind. This excellent book should establish him as a serious and important historian."--Douglas Ambrose

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Adam L. Tate is Assistant Professor of History at Clayton College and State University in Morrow, Georgia.
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