Table of contents for Let a common interest bind us together : associations, partisanship, and culture in Philadelphia, 1775-1840 / Albrecht Koschnik.

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Contents
Introduction 1
1. Organized Partisanship and the Public Sphere in 
Revolution and Republic 
2. "Would You Leave Association to the Discretion of Men in 
Power?" Voluntary Action and Partisan Politics 
3. "The Guardians of Our Rights and Liberties": The 
Volunteer Militia and Partisan Politics 
4. Bands of Young Men: Federalists Reinvent Partisanship and 
Voluntary Association 
5. From Public Office to Public Influence: Federalists 
Construct Civic Culture, Professional Autonomy, and Cultural 
Authority 
Conclusion 
Appendix A: Organized Partisanship and Fraternal and 
Charitable Associations 
Appendix B: The Composition of the City Cavalry Troops 
Appendix C: Sources and Procedures Used in the Tables
Notes 
Bibliography 
Index 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Political culture -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- History -- 18th century.
Political culture -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- History -- 19th century.
Associations, institutions, etc. -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- History -- 18th century.
Associations, institutions, etc. -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- History -- 19th century.
Political clubs -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- History -- 18th century.
Political clubs -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- History -- 19th century.
Philadelphia (Pa.) -- Politics and government -- 18th century.
Philadelphia (Pa.) -- Politics and government -- 19th century.
Philadelphia (Pa.) -- History -- 18th century.
Philadelphia (Pa.) -- History -- 19th century.