3 edition of Politics and the constitution found in the catalog.
Politics and the constitution
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||JN231 .B59 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 276 p. :|
|Number of Pages||276|
|LC Control Number||95044460|
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Original Meanings: Politics and Ideas in the Making of the Constitution is a non-fiction book authored by Jack N. Rakove and published on Ma in hardcover by Knopf and on by Vintage Books in paperback. Rakove investigates the meaning of the United States Constitution in modern-day society and political topics. It won the Pulitzer Prize for : Jack N. Rakove. In the first book, Aristotle discusses the city (polis) or as he likes to call it a "political association" (koinōnia politikē). He states that this city and other cities like it are designed and created with the purpose of achieving happiness or something good.
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Renowned attorney and political critic Bruce Fein reveals the dangers our Constitution and our nation have faced courtesy of the Bush Administration and a Congress asleep at the switch.
In blistering detail, he deconstructs the policies of Bush in the. A constitutional government can mix democracy and oligarchy in one of three ways: (1) a combination of the two; (2) a mean between the two; or (3) a mixture of elements taken from each.
In a healthy constitutional government, it is essential that everyone in the city be content with the constitution. The best books on The US Constitution recommended by Jack Rakove. The Pulitzer prize-winning history professor tells us how the Constitution came to be written and ratified and explains why, after more than years, Americans are still so deeply wedded to it.
The U.S. Constitution was written and signed by men who craved independence from Britain but who were nonetheless steeped in its history and ideals.
The U.S. Constitution starts with some basic precepts of English governance, but then adds some uniquely American twists — three branches of government that act to check and balance each other, [ ]. This book was first published in SinceBritish politics has been dominated by a two-party system.
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Before I knew it, I was deeply invested in writing a book about the politics of the Constitution’s design. I began by arranging each one of the original Constitution’s provisions into three categories: agency (who governs), authority (what is governed), and the policy process (how is the nation governed).
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In this book, Jack Rakove approaches the debates surrounding the framing and ratification of the Constitution from the vantage point of history, examining the range of concerns that shaped the politics of constitution-making in the late s, and which illuminate the debate about the role that "originalism" should play in constitutional 2/5(2).
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When the first two volumes of William Crosskey's monumental study of the Constitution appeared inArthur M. Schlesinger called it "perhaps the most fertile commentary on that document since The Federalist papers." It was highly controversial as well.
The work was a comprehensive reassessment of the meaning of the Constitution, based on examination of eighteenth-century usages of key. The constitution is in fact the government; and governments vary as the governors are one, the few, or the many, and have ends higher or lower.
Men are political animals, and they meet together in cities, not only because they need one another’s help, but with a view to mutual improvement and well-being.When the first two volumes of William Crosskey's monumental study of the Constitution appeared inArthur M.
Schlesinger called it "perhaps the most fertile commentary on that document since The Federalist papers." It was highly controversial as well.
The work was a comprehensive reassessment of the meaning of the Constitution, based on examination of eighteenth-century usages of key Reviews: 1. Presentation of The Politics and The Constitution of Athens in a single volume will make this the most attractive and convenient student edition of Brand: Cambridge University Press.