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  1. Bruce Bruce says:

    Although good in its day Carl Brent Swisher s book is quite dated and Mr Taney s image has changedconsiderably from 1935 when this book was published It was probably written with being publishedon the hundredth anniversary of Taney becoming Chief Justice.Roger B Taney was born in southern Maryland in 1777 to a prominent Catholic family of planters andbecame a lawyer and quite a good one His politics leaned toward the Federalists, but when the Federalists became identified with disunion durin Although good in its day Carl Brent Swisher s book is quite dated and Mr Taney s image has changedconsiderably from 1935 when this book was published It was probably written with being publishedon the hundredth anniversary of Taney becoming Chief Justice.Roger B Taney was born in southern Maryland in 1777 to a prominent Catholic family of planters andbecame a lawyer and quite a good one His politics leaned toward the Federalists, but when the Federalists became identified with disunion during the War of 1812 Taney was eventually left withouta party Like fellow Federalists Louis McLane and James Buchanan, Taney became a follower ofAndrew Jackson That decision had different consequences for all three of these men.Taney had been a member of the Maryland State Senate since 1817 and in 1827 was appointed Maryland s Attorney General After Andrew Jackson s reshuffled his Cabinet after the Peggy O NealEaton affair, Taney became US Attorney General When Jackson decided to destroy the 2nd National Bank by not rechartering it and then by removing government deposits after his re election in 1832 he met a lot of resistance in his ownCabinet Taney backed him 100% however and Jackson shifted him to be Secretary of the Treasury Taney removed said deposits and made a lot of enemies on Jackson s behalf in the process.Jackson was nothing if not loyal to those who did his bidding When Taney failed Senate confirmation as Secretary of the Treasury and for a slot as Associate Justice of the Supreme Court Jackson did not give up After successful off year elections in 1834 and John Marshall s passing in1835 Jackson successfully appointed Taney Chief Justice.As Chief Justice Taney modified the nationalist interpretations that Marshall had given the Constitution in favor of state s rights Which with Democratic appointees became favored in histenure.Sadly for Taney s historic repute the Dred Scott decision in which he wrote the opinion for the Courtsaying that slaves were not people with any kind of rights angered northern sentiments Taney was pilloried there and in current historical interpretation emphasizing human rights Taney was downgraded from the time this book was written.During the Civil War when the Lincoln administration showed scant regard for dissent Taney didspeak out His tender regard for copperhead opinion is kind of hollow because of Dred Scott.Taney died in 1864 at age 87 a man way out of his time As sadly this book has become


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  • Hardcover
  • 608 pages
  • Roger B. Taney
  • Carl Brent Swisher
  • English
  • 20 March 2019

About the Author: Carl Brent Swisher

Carl B Swisher was Thomas P Stran Professor of Political Science at Johns Hopkins University.



7 thoughts on “Roger B. Taney

  1. Bruce Bruce says:

    Although good in its day Carl Brent Swisher s book is quite dated and Mr Taney s image has changedconsiderably from 1935 when this book was published It was probably written with being publishedon the hundredth anniversary of Taney becoming Chief Justice.Roger B Taney was born in southern Maryland in 1777 to a prominent Catholic family of planters andbecame a lawyer and quite a good one His politics leaned toward the Federalists, but when the Federalists became identified with disunion durin Although good in its day Carl Brent Swisher s book is quite dated and Mr Taney s image has changedconsiderably from 1935 when this book was published It was probably written with being publishedon the hundredth anniversary of Taney becoming Chief Justice.Roger B Taney was born in southern Maryland in 1777 to a prominent Catholic family of planters andbecame a lawyer and quite a good one His politics leaned toward the Federalists, but when the Federalists became identified with disunion during the War of 1812 Taney was eventually left withouta party Like fellow Federalists Louis McLane and James Buchanan, Taney became a follower ofAndrew Jackson That decision had different consequences for all three of these men.Taney had been a member of the Maryland State Senate since 1817 and in 1827 was appointed Maryland s Attorney General After Andrew Jackson s reshuffled his Cabinet after the Peggy O NealEaton affair, Taney became US Attorney General When Jackson decided to destroy the 2nd National Bank by not rechartering it and then by removing government deposits after his re election in 1832 he met a lot of resistance in his ownCabinet Taney backed him 100% however and Jackson shifted him to be Secretary of the Treasury Taney removed said deposits and made a lot of enemies on Jackson s behalf in the process.Jackson was nothing if not loyal to those who did his bidding When Taney failed Senate confirmation as Secretary of the Treasury and for a slot as Associate Justice of the Supreme Court Jackson did not give up After successful off year elections in 1834 and John Marshall s passing in1835 Jackson successfully appointed Taney Chief Justice.As Chief Justice Taney modified the nationalist interpretations that Marshall had given the Constitution in favor of state s rights Which with Democratic appointees became favored in histenure.Sadly for Taney s historic repute the Dred Scott decision in which he wrote the opinion for the Courtsaying that slaves were not people with any kind of rights angered northern sentiments Taney was pilloried there and in current historical interpretation emphasizing human rights Taney was downgraded from the time this book was written.During the Civil War when the Lincoln administration showed scant regard for dissent Taney didspeak out His tender regard for copperhead opinion is kind of hollow because of Dred Scott.Taney died in 1864 at age 87 a man way out of his time As sadly this book has become


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