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The Rise of Illiterate Democracy [US]:
Over the ensuing decade, The Democratic Review flourished as an excellent, up-to-date literary magazine as well as a political organ of the more radical currents within the Jacksonian coalition. In addition to stories by Hawthorne (who, in 1852, would write the official campaign biography of his old college friend Franklin Pierce), The Review's notable pieces included tales and poems by Walt Whitman, essays by and about the historian George Bancroft, and a handsome early review of the first novel by a promising newcomer whose name was memorably misrecorded as Sherman Melville. [...]
Darles Chickens.
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