The politics of dinner [electronic resource] : presidential entertaining in the early republic /Show full item record
|Title||The politics of dinner [electronic resource] : presidential entertaining in the early republic /|
|Author||Milian, Amanda Michelle|
|Abstract||Presidential dining in the early republic influenced the political climate and shaped diplomatic policy. The materials used, the food chosen, and the manner of accepting guests by each president adapted to changing social norms. After the establishment of presidential dining protocols set forth by the Federalists, and the decidedly more democratic changes implemented by the Democratic-Republicans, the second generation of American presidents reinterpreted the ever-important ideal of "republican simplicity" in the early-nineteenth century.|
|Description||Title from thesis title page (viewed Apr. 11, 2012).
Thesis--Texas Christian University, 2012.
Department of History; advisor, Gene Smith.
Includes bibliographical references.
Text (electronic thesis) in PDF.
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