Reeve Huston is Associate Professor of History at Duke University. His research focuses on the emergence of two-party democracy in the United States–a process that took place between the 1790s and the 1840s. He also thinks and writes about social and political conflicts over the distribution of land in North America during the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. His publications include: Land and Freedom: Rural Society, Popular Protest, and Party Politics in Antebellum New York; The Early American Republic: A History in Documents; and most recently, Origins of Jacksonian Democracy: American Political Practices, 1812-1840.
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