American Political Periodicals, 1715-1891

This collection provides a chronicle of the key political issues and movements of the 18th and 19th centuries for early American politics. These periodicals cover a range of political affiliations, from Republicans to radicals, and Confederates to communists. 

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Content is diverse in this collection of popular political titles of the time, and includes satire and political cartoons with titles such as The Cartoon and The John Donkey. Literary publications include The Socialist, The Reflector and Liberal Advocate, Political Register, The Democratic Monthly and Western Review, and The Union Monthly Magazine. In addition, issue-focused publications such as Davis' Battle-Axe, The National Register, Kendall's Expositor, and Brownson's Quarterly Review can also be found here.