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Salutary Neglect: Colonial Administration Under the Duke of Newcastle epub

by James A. Henretta


Salutary Neglect: Colonial Administration Under the Duke of Newcastle epub

ISBN: 0691051968

ISBN13: 978-0691051963

Author: James A. Henretta

Category: History

Subcategory: Americas

Language: English

Publisher: Princeton University Press; First Edition edition (May 21, 1972)

Pages: 394 pages

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Newcastle, Thomas Pelham-Holles, Duke of, 1693-1768, Newcastle, Thomas Pelham-Holles, Duke of, 1693-1768, Colonial administrators - America - Biography, HISTORY .

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The reasons for this "salutary neglect" and the lack of a vigorous colonial .

The reasons for this "salutary neglect" and the lack of a vigorous colonial program arc analyzed now by James Henretta. His study, though focusing on the politics and patronage of the Duke, brings into view the entire range of men and agencies that had a hand in making colonial policy and dispensing patronage.

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In a book entitled "Salutary Neglect", James Henretta, for example, wrote of "the great watershed of 1688-89 when a relatively strong and coherent colonial policy collapsed in the aftermath of the glorious revolution. 2 The decades that followed, according to Henretta, witnessed "the neglect of colonial problems by those in London" and the absence of any "concerted attempt. the political life of the colonies in a purposeful wa. 3. The legal and constitutional history of Britain's North American colonies during decades from 1690. This monograph focuses on the man one might call Mister Salutary Neglect himself, the Duke of Newcastle, who for nearly a quarter Best known as a pioneering social historian, James Henretta began his career with a more conventional colonial political history. Following the lead of imperial-school historians like Lawrence Gipson, Henretta turned to British politics to understand the dynamics of colonial administration, during the era that James Burke characterized as one of salutary neglect.

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Salutary Neglect": Colonial Administration Under the Duke of Newcastle. The Evolution of American Society, 1700-1815: An Interdisciplinary Analysis. "Books by James A. Henretta (Author of America)". Retrieved 18 July 2017. Documents to Accompany America's History, Volume I: To 1877. "James A. Henretta is an American historian : One video in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 1995 Video Magazine". Retrieved 2017-07-18. Retrieved 2018-10-26. Henretta".

Salutary Neglect : Colonial Administration under the Duke of Newcastle. by James A. Henretta. During the remarkably long period (1724-1754) that Thomas Pelham-Holles, Duke of Newcastle, served as England's secretary of state, private interests and the exigencies of domestic politics rather than a rational assessment of England's stake in America determined colonial policy. As no purposeful effort was made to administer the colonies" political life, they enjoyed in effect relatively little interference in their internal affairs.

Guide to Further Reading. James Henretta, ‘Salutary Neglect’: Colonial Administration under the Duke of Newcastle (1972). In: Colonial America. American History in Depth. Authors and Affiliations. Cite this chapter as: Geiter . 2002) ‘Salutary Neglect’? British Colonial Policy under the First Two Georges.

The reasons for this "salutary neglect" and the lack of a vigorous colonial program arc analyzed now by James . It thus illuminates the political and administrative system that developed in England during the first half of the century and continued in effect at the time of the American Revolution. Originally published in 1972.

During the remarkably long period (1724-1754) that Thomas Pelham-Holles, Duke of Newcastle, served as England's secretary of state, private interests and the exigencies of domestic politics rather than a rational assessment of England's stake in America determined colonial policy. As no purposeful effort was made to administer the colonies" political life, they enjoyed in effect relatively little interference in their internal affairs. The reasons for this "salutary neglect" and the lack of a vigorous colonial program arc analyzed now by James Henretta. His study, though focusing on the politics and patronage of the Duke, brings into view the entire range of men and agencies that had a hand in making colonial policy and dispensing patronage. It thus illuminates the political and administrative system that developed in England during the first half of the century and continued in effect at the time of the American Revolution.

Originally published in 1972.

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