Defending the Republic: Constitutional Morality in a Time of Crisis; Essays in Honor of George W. Carey

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This collection of essays, intended to honor the work of one of the nation's foremost constitutional scholars - Georgetown University's George W. Carey - analyzes the origins of public order in America and in constitutional government more generally.
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This collection of essays, intended to honor the work of one of the nation's foremost constitutional scholars - Georgetown University's George W. Carey - analyzes the origins of public order in America and in constitutional government more generally.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781933859439
  • Publisher: ISI Books
  • Publication date: 10/28/2008
  • Pages: 375
  • Product dimensions: 5.80 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 1.20 (d)

Table of Contents

Pt. I Foundations of Political Order

Making Sense of Majoritarianism Paul Edward Gottfried Gottfried, Paul Edward 3

George Carey on Constitutions, Constitutionalism, and Tradition Bruce P. Frohnen Frohnen, Bruce P. 17

Locke, Our Great Founders, and American Political Life Peter Augustine Lawler Lawler, Peter Augustine 37

Pt. II The American Republic: Origins and Intent

George Carey and the Roots of America's Basic Liberties Donald S. Lutz Lutz, Donald S. 57

Federalists, Antifederalists, and the Philadelphia Constitution Gordon Lloyd Lloyd, Gordon 79

James Madison and the Extended Republic Quentin Taylor Taylor, Quentin 99

The Virtue of Education: The Founders' Vision Jeffry Morrison Morrison, Jeffry 121

No Presidential Republic: Representation, Deliberation, and Executive Power in The Federalist Papers Gary L. Gregg II Gregg, Gary L., II 139

Rights in a Federalist System Francis Canavan Canavan, Francis 153

Pt. III The American Republic: Derailment and Crisis

Religious Pluralism and the American Experiment: From Articles of Peace to Culture Wars Kenneth L. Grasso Grasso, Kenneth L. 177

Horizontal and Vertical Consolidation of the United States into an Administrative State John S. Baker, Jr. Baker, John S., Jr. 201

The Rule of Men: How Caring Too Much about Important Things Is Destroying Constitutional Law William Gangi Gangi, William 221

The Crisis of the American Political Tradition E. Robert Statham, Jr. Statham, E. Robert, Jr. 245

Neo-Jacobin Nationalism or Reponsible Nationhood? Claes G. Ryn Ryn, Claes G. 263

Notes 283

Index 335

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