Preface Prologue: Death of a Colossus, 1806 1. New Leaders and an Old Issue: Yazoo, Commerce, and War, 1806-1812 2. War, Peace, and Congressional Compensation, 1812-1817 3. John Clark's Revenge, 1817-1826 4. Clark v. Troup, 1819-1824 5. Troup and the Treaty, 1825-1828 6. Nurturing Nullification, 1829-1830 7. To Nullify or Not to Nullify, 1831-1832 8. Partisan Fury and Political Reorganization, 1833-1835 9. State Rights v. Union, 1835-1837 10. Proto-Whigs and Crypto-Democrats, 1838-1840 11. Names and Principles in Flux, 1841-1843 12. Whigs and Democrats, 1843-1845 Conclusion: From the Periphery to the Mainstream, 1807-1845 Bibliography
George R. Lamplugh graduated from the University of Delaware, with a degree in History, in 1966. After two years in the U.S. Army (1966-1968), he earned a PhD. in American History from Emory University in Atlanta, Ga. From the fall of 1973 through the spring of 2010, he served on the faculty of The Westminster Schools, Atlanta, Ga., including almost a decade as Chair of the History Department.