Essays in history and political theory in honor of Charles Howard McIlwain. [Edited by Carl Wittke].


New York, Russell and Russell [1967] .

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Other Authors Wittke, Carl Frederick, 1892-1971.
Subjects History.
McIlwain, Charles Howard, 1871-1968.
Political science.
Description x, 371 pages 22 cm.
Copyright Date [1967]
copyright 1936
Notes Bibliographical footnotes.
Contents God and the secular power, by S. Baldwinches--"Non obstante"--a study of the dispensing of power of English kings, by P. Birdsall.--The attitude of the English clergy in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries towards the obligation of attendance on convocations and parliaments, by D.B. Weske.--The struggle for the autonomy of the Church of England, by E.P. Chase.--Henry Parker and the theory of parliamentary sovereignty, by M.A. Judson.--The idea of majesty in Roman political thought, by F.S. Lear.--Attack of the common lawyers on the oath ex officio as administered in the ecclesiastical courts in England, by M.H. Maguire.--The concept of public opinion in political theory, by P.A. Palmer.--The trial of treason in Tudor England, by S. Rezneck.--The political and constitutional theory of Sir John Fortescue, by M.A. Shephard.--Parliamentary privilege in the empire, by Carl Wittke.--The early history of written constitutions in America, by B.F. Wright, Jr.
God and the secular power, by Summerfield Baldwinches-"Non obstante" - a study of the dispensing of power of English kings, by Paul Birdsall.-The attitude of the English clergy in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries towards the obligation of attendance on convocations and parliaments, by Dorothy B. Weske.-The struggle for the autonomy of the Church of England, by E. P. Chase.-Henry Parker and the theory of parliamentary sovereignty, by Margaret A. Judson.-The idea of majesty in Roman political thought, by F. S. Lear.-Attack of the common lawyers on the oath ex officio as administered in the ecclesiastical courts in England, by M. H. Maguire.-The concept of public opinion in political theory, by P. A. Palmer.-The trial of treason in Tudor England, by S. Rezneck.-The political and constitutional theory of Sir John Fortescue, by M. A. Shephard.-Parliamentary privilege in the empire, by Carl Wittke.-The early history of written constitutions in America, by B. F. Wright, jr.
Production Credits "These essays were presented to Charles H. McIlwain on the occasion of the completion of his year as president of the American Historical Association" - preface.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)ocm00850973
(OCoLC)850973
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