4 edition of The foreign policy of James G. Blaine. found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||E664.B6 T9 1965|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||411|
|LC Control Number||65016899|
Blaine and Britain. A Confederate victory, on the other hand, would have meant a new birth of slavery, not freedom. Blaine twice served as Secretary of State—one of only two persons to hold the position under three separate presidents the other being Daniel Websterand unsuccessfully sought the Republican nomination for President in and before being nominated in James Gillespie Blaine. Blaine negotiated for the release of U. Blaine moved to Augusta, Maine, in and became editor of the Kennebec Journal.
Blaine and the Pan American Movement. He died two years later. InBlaine was an unsuccessful candidate for the Republican nomination for President, but did win a Senate seat from Maine. Jean Edward Smith. Guiteau was captured immediately and hanged just short of a year later; he survived longer than Garfield, who lingered for two-and-a-half months, then died on September 19,
The tariff question. Volwiler, A. Blaine entered politics as a Republican, was elected to Congress inand served as Speaker of the House from to Platt of New York, resigned their offices in protest did Garfield win the fight, thereby becoming the undisputed party leader. Blaine was not a delegate to the Republican convention inbut attended anyway as an enthusiastic supporter of Abraham Lincoln.
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The Presidency of Benjamin Harrison. University of Missouri Press. While the popular vote total was close, with Cleveland winning by just one-quarter of a percent, the electoral votes gave Cleveland a majority of — Blaine claimed he never had any dealings with the Little Rock and Fort Smith Railroad except to purchase bonds at market price, and that he had lost money on the transaction.
Blaine, the continental liar from the state of Maine, 'Burn this letter! In Reconstruction, Blaine was a supporter of black suffragebut opposed some of the more coercive measures of the Radical Republicans. He had two older sisters, Harriet, and Margaret.
January He still maintained his home in Augusta, however, with his growing family. Teacher and publisher InBlaine was hired as a professor of mathematics and ancient languages at the Western Military Institute in Georgetown, Kentucky.
On the fourth ballot, Blaine received votes and was, at last, nominated. Extended Bibliography Bastert, Russell H. The holders sometimes acquired a limited expertise, but the overall pool was shallow.
The British textile industry depended on cotton from the South, but it had stocks to keep the mills operating for a year and in any case the industrialists and workers carried little weight in British politics.
March Although receiving more of the popular vote, he lost to Benjamin Harrison, the Republican senator from Ohio, in the electoral college. Marines from the Boston and two companies of U. Who had heard the casual and familiar tones of Chester Arthur? The Philippine—American War was a short operation to suppress insurgents and ensure U.
Blainea leading Republican and its losing candidate for president in was a highly innovative Secretary of State in the s. Who could believe that his footfalls ever sounded on a lonely pavement?Biography and the Study of U.S. Foreign Relations.
series discussed diplomatic biographies in the Biographies in American Foreign Policy talked about James G. Blaine, secretary of state.
On the international front, the author leaves the impression that these presidents did not drive the bus of foreign policy, but rather left it up to their Secretaries of State: first the fullback-like diplomacy of James G.
Blaine (for whom the goal line was his aspirations to be the. (s) A foreign policy of Secretary of State James G. Blaine aimed at rallying Latin American nations behind American leadership and opening Latin American markets to Yankee traders.
The policy bore fruit inwhen Blaine presided over the First International Conference of American States. Common Knowledge Series Biographies in American Foreign Policy. Series: Biographies in American Foreign Policy. Series by cover. 1–6 of 6 (show all) Works (6) James G.
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The Foreign Policy of James G. Blaine. Minneapolis, Minnesota: University of Minnesota Press. Volwiler, A. T. "Harrison, Blaine, and American Foreign Policy, " Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 79#4 () pp.