The Firm of Greeley, Weed, and Seward: New York Partisanship and the Press, 1840-1860
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The firm of Greeley, Weed, and Seward led a revolution in political communications by promoting causes, parties, and candidates beyond the conventions of the second party system. Between 1840 and 1860, the firm championed economic policies built on free labor and free soil by advancing the agendas of the Whig and Republican parties. Greeley, Weed, and Seward led opposition to Jacksonian Democrats in the press and positions of elected power by organizing national interests that outlived regional competitors and survived the trials of war. Dissertation Discovery Company and University of Florida are dedicated to making scholarly works more discoverable and accessible throughout the world. This dissertation, "The Firm of Greeley Weed and Seward" by Gregory Alan Borchard, was obtained from University of Florida and is being sold with permission from the author. A digital copy of this work may also be found in the university's institutional repository, IR@UF. The content of this dissertation has not been altered in any way. We have altered the formatting in order to facilitate the ease of printing and reading of the dissertation.
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The Firm of Greeley, Weed, and Seward: New York Partisanship and the Press, 1840-1860.
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