Nathaniel Macon, Antifederalist

Price Jr., William S.
July 2004
North Carolina Historical Review;Jul2004, Vol. 81 Issue 3, p288
Academic Journal
Features antifederalist Nathaniel Macon. Origin of Antifederalism; Major dread of Antifederalists; Political career of Macon; Factors that underscored North Carolinians' distrust of outside authority.


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