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The People Shall Judge : v.1 - College of the University of Chicago

Paperback Published: 15th October 1976
ISBN: 9780226770499
Number Of Pages: 358

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"The People Shall Judge" provides a complete set of readings for courses in American history and political science and for general social science courses. The editors have assembled more than 250 readings which illustrate the great controversies in America's past, the issues involved in forming American public policy yesterday and today.
These selections have been drawn from systematic philosophies; from opinions expressed in law and judicial decisions; from speeches or pamphlets struck off in the heat of controversy; from political and diplomatic correspondence. They are grouped to focus attention on the perennial issues of liberty, equality, and security in about a dozen significant periods of American history. Volume I, Part 1, begins with a consideration of truth and liberty in the seventeenth century, continues with a study of the issues of the American Revolution, and concludes with a study of the Confederation and the Constitution.
The organization of the readings puts the issues in the context of four fundamental relationships: the citizen and the economy (and, within the economy, the interrelations of major interest groups); the federal union and the states; the United States and the world. The best available texts have been used. Introductions and explanatory notes relate the readings to one another, suggest the circumstances in which they were written, and provide biographical information about the authors.

Authority and Liberty in the Seventeenth Century Section A. Authority and Liberty in Colonial America
The Mayflower Compact
John Cotton, Equality and Inequality in Puritan Massachusetts
John Winthrop, On Early New England Economy
John Winthrop, On Liberty
Massachusetts Body of Liberties, 1641
Roger Williams, A Plea for Religious Liberty
William Penn, Frame of Government of Pennsylvania, 1682
John Wise, Democracy in Church and State Section B. Authority and Liberty in England
Property and Suffrage
Thomas Hobbes, Leviathan
The English Bill of Rights of 1688-89
John Locke, Second Treatise...on Civil Government
John Locke, On Toleration
The American Revolution Section A. The Revolutionary Debate
Adam Smith, Colonial Policy and Mercantilism
Benjamin Franklin, A Plan for Colonial Union
The Declaration of Rights of the Stamp Act Congress, 1765
The Declaratory Act, 1766
Frontier Grievances
Declaration of Colonial Rights: Resolutions of the First Continental Congress, 1774
Declaration of Taking Up Arms: Resolutions of the Second Continental Congress, 1775
Samuel Johnson, Taxation No Tyranny
Jonathan Boucher, On Civil Liberty, Passive Obedience, and Nonresistance
Thomas Paine, Common Sense
The Declaration of Independence, 1776 Section B. Democracy and Aristocracy in the New Republic
The Virginia Declaration of Rights
John Adams, On Government
Thomas Jefferson, Government and Liberty
Benjamin Franklin, Representation and Suffrage
John Adams and Thomas Jefferson, On Aristocracy
Confederation and Constitution
The Articles of Confederation
George Washington, On Disbanding the Army
The Northwest Ordinance of 1787
Debates in the Federal Convention of 1787
The Constitution of the United States
Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, and John Jay, The Federalist
Thomas Jefferson, On the Constitution
"Federal Farmer," Anti-Federalist Opposition to the Constitution
Economic Problems of Economic Liberalism Section A. Problems of Economic Liberalism
Adam Smith, An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations Section B. The Hamiltonian and Jeffersonian Systems
Alexander Hamilton, First Report on the Public Credit
Thomas Jefferson, Remarks on the Hamiltonian System
Alexander Hamilton, Report on Manufactures, 1791
Thomas Jefferson, The Merits of Agriculture
Thomas Jefferson, Against the Constitutionality of the Bank of the United States
Alexander Hamilton, For the Constitutionality of the Bank of the United States
Thomas Jefferson, First Inaugural Address, 1801
Constitutional Problems of the New Republic
Alien and Sedition Acts, 1798
The Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions
Marbury v. Madison
Fletcher v. Peck
Dartmouth College v. Woodward
McCulloch v. Maryland
Gibbons v. Ogden
The Beginnings of American Foreign Policy
George Washington, Alliances and National Interest
George Washington, the Farewell Address, 1796
Thomas Jefferson, On the Louisiana Purchase
The Monroe Doctrine
Equality in Jacksonian Democracy Section A. The Nature of Equalitarian Society
Alexis de Tocqueville, On Democracy in America Section B. Property and Suffrage
Debate in the New York Constitutional Convention, 1821
A Plea for a Wider Suffrage Section C. The Beginnings of Organized Labor
The Boston Carpenters' Strike, 1825
Preamble of the Mechanics' Union of Trade Associations, 1827
Resolutions of the New York Mechanics, 1829
People v. Fisher
Commonwealth v. Hunt Section D. Public Education
A Plea for Public Education
Horace Mann, The Importance of Un
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ISBN: 9780226770499
ISBN-10: 0226770494
Series: People Shall Judge, Vol. 1 : Book 1
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 358
Published: 15th October 1976
Publisher: UNIV OF CHICAGO PR
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 24.18 x 16.99  x 2.18
Weight (kg): 0.54

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