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Fruits of Propaganda in the Tyler Administration

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  • Introduction: Propaganda under John Tyler
  • Part I: Propaganda for Stabilizing the Northern Boundary
    • Daniel Webster and the Search for Peace, 1841–1842
  • Part II: Propaganda for Expanding the Southwest
    • A Safety Valve Thesis and Texan Annexation
    • Other Theses in the Letter of Mr. Walker; Its Mode of Distribution and Its Impact
  • Part III: Documents
    • Francis O.J. Smith and the Maine Boundary
    • Letter of Mr. Walker of Mississippi, Relative to the Annexation of Texas, in facsimile
  • Index

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