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The mind of the founder: sources of the political thought of James Madison. Edited with introduction and commentary by Marvin Meyers.

; Meyers, Marvin, editor
Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill [1973] .
ISBN 9780672517709, 0672517701, 067261183X

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Other Authors Meyers, Marvin,
Subjects Madison, James.
Politieke geschiedenis.
Politische Theorie.
United States -- History -- 1783-1865 -- Sources.
United States.
Series American heritage series (New York, N.Y.) ; no. 39.
Description liv, 581 pages 21 cm.
Copyright Date [1973]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages li-liv).
Contents Part 1. Anticipation: revolutionary years -- 1. Young man of the revolution (To William Bradford, 1774) -- 2. Freedom of conscience (Memorial and remonstrance, 1785) -- 3. Revolutionary chaos (To Thomas Jefferson, 1780) -- 4. Public credit and the republican cause ("Address to the states," 1783) -- 5. Completion of independence ("The North American," 1783) -- 6. Small republics: a constitution for Kentucky (To Caleb Wallace, 1785) -- 7. Further thoughts on state constitutions: critique of Jefferson (To John Brown, 1788) -- Part 2. Founding: the critical period -- 8. Lessons of history ("Of ancient and modern confederacies," 1786?) -- 9. Diagnosis of the American confederacy: a critical case ("Vices of the political system," 1787) -- 10. Toward a new order (To George Washington, 1787) -- 11. Father of the Constitution (Speeches in the Philadelphia convention, 1787) -- 12. Defender of the Constitution (Eleven essays from The federalist, 1787-1788) -- Part 3. Opposition: the federalist era -- 13. A Bill of Rights: yes and no to Jefferson (1788) -- 14. Consent and consensus: appeal for amendments (1789) -- 15. Rights of the living generation: prudent counsels (1790) -- 16. Fear of power: essays for the party press (1791-1792) -- 17. Universal peace (National gazette, 1792) -- 18. America and the French Revolution: the voice of the people (1793) -- 19. War and the executive: Helvidius letters (1793) -- 20. Bloodless war: the power of commerce (1795) -- 21. Republican manifesto: the Virginia report (1799-1800) -- Part 4. Power: the republican regime -- 22. The ambitious republican: Louisiana Purchase (1803) -- 23. Beyond peaceable coercion: the case for war (1812) -- 24. Broad construction: lessons of the war (1815) -- 25. Strict construction: the old cause (1817) -- Part 5. Reflections: the elder statesman -- 26. Long road to freedom: voluntary emancipation and colonization (1819) -- 27. Slavery in the west: the Missouri crisis (1819) -- 28. Emancipation and utopia: on Fanny Wright's experiment (1825) -- 29. The new proslavery school: reply to Thomas Dew (1833) -- 30. Complex justice: codification and the common law (1822) -- 31. Public education and the classes: Virginia to Kentucky (1822) -- 32. Political creed for the university (1825) -- 33. Planters and professors: toward scientific farming (1822) -- 34. Malthus and utopia: the new harmony experiment (1827) -- 35. The Marshall court and the Virginia opposition: three letters to Judge Roane (1819, 1821) -- 36. The tariff and national authority: a public appeal (1828) -- 37. The force of precedent: changing views of the bank (1831) -- 38. Property and suffrage: second thoughts on the Constitutional Convention (1821) -- 39. Partnership of power: the Virginia Convention of 1829-1830 -- 40. Defense of majority rule: the least imperfect government (1833) -- 41. The nullification heresy: letter to the North American Review (1830) -- 42. The nature of the union: a final reckoning (1835-1836) -- 43. Political testament (1834?).
Genre History.
Sources.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)481545
(OCoLC)ocm00481545
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Madison, James, 1751-1836.
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