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Morality and the mail in nineteenth-century America

Fuller, Wayne E

Morality and the mail in nineteenth-century America

by Fuller, Wayne E

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Published by University of Illinois Press in Urbana, IL .
Written in English


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StatementWayne E. Fuller.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHE:E
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 264 p. :
Number of Pages264
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22525756M
ISBN 100252028120

Conduct books, whether written by Evangelicals or others, continued to uphold the manners-as-morals ideology and continued to be written into the latter half of the nineteenth century, but.   Blumenthal, Susanna, “The Deviance of the Will: Policing the Bounds of Testamentary Freedom in Nineteenth-Century America,” in Harvard Law Review (February ), – Karen Halttunen, Murder Most Foul, 5, , ,

In antebellum America, nothing was more celebrated in popular discourse than the role of mothers. In the nineteenth-century equivalent of the “mommy blog,” ladies’ magazine ran articles that extolled the moral virtues of the large family, the daily and weekly routines of housework and childcare, and the responsibilities of True Womanhood.. “How entire and perfect is this dominion over. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.

1. An Argument for Moral Education in the University. According to Bok, all advanced nations depend on three critical elements: (1) new discoveries, (2) highly trained personnel, and (3) expert knowledge. In America, universities are the major sources of all three. Explain the growing national debates about morality in the late nineteenth century, particularly in relation to the changing roles of women and the family. James Whistler () A member of the realist movement, although his works were often moody and eccentric.


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Morality and the Mail in Nineteenth-Century America explores the evolution of postal innovations that sparked a communication revolution in nineteenth-century America. Wayne E. Fuller examines how evangelical Protestants, the nation’s dominant religious group, struggled against those transformations in American society that they believed threatened to paganize the Christian nation they were Cited by: Morality and the Mail in Nineteenth-Century America explores the evolution of postal innovations that sparked a communication revolution in nineteenth-century America.

Morality and the Mail in Nineteenth-Century America explores the evolution of postal innovations that sparked a communication revolution in nineteenth-century A. Morality and the Mail in Nineteenth-Century America The story of the evangelical Protestants' fears of and struggles against the changes in American society engendered by the postal innovations that created a communication revolution in nineteenth century America.

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Morality and the Mail in Nineteenth-Century America. By Wayne E. Fuller. (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, xvi, pp. $, ISBN )Author: Leonard Sweet. "Morality and the Mail in Nineteenth-Century America explores the evolution of the postal innovation that sparked a communication revolution.

Morality and the Mail in Nineteenth-Century America explores the evolution of postal innovations that sparked a communication revolution in nineteenth-century America.

Wayne E. Fuller examines how evangelical Protestants, the nations dominant religious group, struggled against those transformations in American society that they believed threatened to paganize the Christian nation they were.

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