James Madison and American nationalism.


Princeton, N.J., Van Nostrand Company [1968] .

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Subjects Madison, James, 1751-1836.
Nationalism -- United States.
Nationalism.
Politics and government.
United States -- History -- 1809-1817 -- Sources.
United States -- Politics and government -- 1809-1817.
United States.
Series Van Nostrand anvil books ; 94.
Description 223 pages 19 cm.
Copyright Date [1968]
Notes "Readings" (pages 105-217).
Includes bibliographical references (pages 219-220).
Contents Part I. James Madison and American nationalism -- 1. The road to nationhood -- 2. One nation or thirteen nations -- 3. The Articles of Confederation -- 4. American national boundaries -- 5. Common fund or speculators' paradise -- 6. National sovereignty over public lands -- 7. The keys to national survival -- 8. Toward a new constitution -- 9. National supremacy in a federal republic -- 10. A supreme national government -- 11. Interpreting the grants of power -- 12. Conclusion -- Part II. Readings -- 1. Powers derived from credentials -- 2. The Continental Association -- 3. The United Colonies -- 4. Congress sponsors state governments -- 5. Congress succumbs to the states -- 6. The meaning of state sovereignty and independence -- 7. Implied power to coerce the states -- 8. The westward spread of empire: Madison's letter to Minister Jay (1780) -- 9. Genesis of the public lands system -- 10. The American empire on land and sea -- 11. Madison's address to the states (1783) -- 12. Anonymous postscript to the address -- 13. Looking toward national supremacy -- 14. The Virginia plan of a federal constitution -- 15. State sovereignty -- 16. Enumerated powers or general power -- 17. Madison's swing toward strict construction -- 18. Narrow construction of general welfare -- 19. The Virginia resolutions of 1798 and the report of 1800 -- 20. Supremacy of the federal judiciary -- 21. Madison's reply to nullifiers -- 22. Preservation of the union.
Genre History.
Sources.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)424707
(OCoLC)ocm00424707
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Brant, Irving, 1885-1976.
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