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References edit Adams, Sean Patrick (2008). This is the legacy of manifest destiny. I think we all realize that the day has come when Democracy is being put upon its final test. Many began to see this as the beginning of a new providential mission: If the United States was successful as a " shining role of Women in Victorian Eng city upon a hill people in other countries would seek to establish their own democratic republics. Hegemony Or Empire?: The Redefinition of Us Power Under George. Excerpted from "The Great Nation of Futurity The United States Democratic Review, Volume 6, Issue 23,. Tuveson, Ernest Lee (1980). University of North Carolina Press. Identitarianism was used to promote manifest destiny, but, as in the case of Calhoun and the resistance to the "All Mexico" movement, identitarianism was also used to oppose manifest destiny. territory south of the Great Lakes. O'Sullivan on Manifest Destiny, 1839. A popular expression of America's mission was elaborated by President Abraham Lincoln's description in his December 1, 1862, message to Congress.
Doctrine postulating the continued territorial expansion of the.S.
As its obvious destiny.
Manifest Destiny : Manifest Destiny, the supposed inevitability of continued westward expansion of the boundaries of the United States during the 19th century.
Manifest Destiny, a phrase coined in 1845, expressed the philosophy that drove 19th-century.S.
Manifest Destiny was both an explanation or justification for the territorial expansion of the United States and the westward migration of settlers to the American frontier.