Princeton University Library Catalog

The Constitution.

Compiler:
Smith, James Morton [Browse]
Format:
Book
Language:
English
Published/​Created:
New York, Harper & Row [1971]
Description:
vii, 211 pages 21 cm.
Series:
Interpretations of American history. [More in this series]
Bibliographic references:
Includes bibliographical references (pages 205-211).
Contents:
The background of American Federalism, by A.C. McLaughlin.--The theory of the mixed or balanced constitution, by C.C. Weston.--Constitutions and rights, by B. Bailyn.--The people as constituent power, by R.R. Palmer.--The progress of constitutional theory between the Declaration of Independence and the meeting of the Philadelphia Convention, by E.S. Corwin.--The transformation of the republican thought, by G.S. Wood.--The Founding Fathers: a case study in democratic politics, by J.P. Roche.--Republicanism and democratic thought in The Federalist, by M. Diamond.--A spacious Republic: from sovereignty to federalism, by D.J. Boorstin.--Selected bibliography (p. 205-211).
Subject(s):
Constitutional historyUnited States [Browse]
ISBN:
  • 0060463376
  • 9780060463373
LCCN:
70168363
OCLC:
246604
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