Liberty and justice : a historical record of American constitutional development / edited by James Morton Smith and Paul L. Murphy.

; Murphy, Paul L., 1923-
1st ed.. New York : Knopf, 1958.

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Other Authors Murphy, Paul L., 1923-
Smith, James Morton.
Subjects Constitutional history -- United States.
Constitutional history.
Constitutional law -- United States.
Constitutional law.
United States.
Description xxi, 566 pages ; 24 cm
Copyright Date 1958.
Notes Includes index.
Contents Ch. I. Origins of the American Constitutional Tradition -- Ch. II. Revolutionary Ideas in Action -- Ch. III. The Declaration, the Articles, and the Constitution -- Ch. IV. The Founding Fathers Translate Principles into Practice -- Ch. V. Jeffersonian Republicanism and Federal Judicial Power -- Ch. VI. The Nationalism of the Marshall Court -- Ch. VII. The Marshall Court, Constitutional Machinery, and Economic Policy -- Ch. VIII. Jacksonian Democracy and the Sectional Challenge -- Ch. IX. The Taney Court and the Expansion of Business Enterprise -- Ch. X. Slavery and Sectionalism -- Ch. XI. Crisis, Coercion, and Civil War -- Ch. XII. The Civil War and the Constitution -- Ch. XIII. Reconstruction -- Ch. XIV. Aftermath of Reconstruction.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1017280
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat


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