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THE ORIGINAL FEDERALIST CASE FOR THE CONSTITUTION: THE FEDERALIST PAPERS AND OTHER KEY AMERICAN WRITINGS ON LIBERTY (Bestselling NOOK Edition) Complete Federalist Papers & Writings by George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Ronald Reagan, George Bush et al.
     

THE ORIGINAL FEDERALIST CASE FOR THE CONSTITUTION: THE FEDERALIST PAPERS AND OTHER KEY AMERICAN WRITINGS ON LIBERTY (Bestselling NOOK Edition) Complete Federalist Papers & Writings by George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Ronald Reagan, George Bush et al.

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THE ORIGINAL FEDERALIST CASE FOR THE CONSTITUTION: THE FEDERALIST PAPERS AND OTHER KEY AMERICAN WRITINGS ON LIBERTY (Special Updated Edition)

Updated Barnes and Noble Nook NOOKbook Edition


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"In today’s complicated world, it is sometimes hard to know what constitutes being an American. With freedom from attack

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THE ORIGINAL FEDERALIST CASE FOR THE CONSTITUTION: THE FEDERALIST PAPERS AND OTHER KEY AMERICAN WRITINGS ON LIBERTY (Special Updated Edition)

Updated Barnes and Noble Nook NOOKbook Edition


FROM THE FORWARD

"In today’s complicated world, it is sometimes hard to know what constitutes being an American. With freedom from attack from all sides and our political discourse resembling at times nothing more dignified than the tawdriest of daytime soap operas, it is sometime too easy to forget what the ideals of liberty as enshrined in our Constitution truly means.

This book was created to help us relearn all that is important about America and our Constitution, by reading the very words of those individuals who have collectively made our country great. Inside this volume you will find classic words by the original authors of the Federalist Papers, Alexander Hamilton, John Jay and James Madison.

You will also find patriotic writings by George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Patrick Henry and Abraham Lincoln, as well as more modern contributions by Ronald Reagan, and George Bush.

This volume also contains all the inaugural addresses of every single American president, as well as the complete Common Sense by Thomas Paine.

We hope that this small volume will help us remember and cherish our country and our Constitution for today and forever, so help us God."


TABLE OF CONTENTS

PART ONE: THE ORIGINAL FEDERALIST CASE FOR THE CONSTITUTION

The Federalist Papers
Alexander Hamilton, John Jay, James Madison


PART TWO: AMERICAN PLEDGES AND ANTHEMS

Pledge of Allegiance
Francis Bellamy
The Star Spangled Banner
Franics Scott Key
My Country ‘Tis of Thee
Samuel Francis Smith


PART THREE: AMERICAN FOUNDING FATHERS

Give Me Liberty Or Give Me Death
Patrick Henry
The Declaration of Independence
Thomas Jefferson
The Constitution of the United States of America
Various
Writings and Addresses
George Washington


PART FOUR: AMERICA - A YOUNG NATION

Proclamation to the People of South Carolina
Andrew Jackson
The Emancipation Proclamation
Abraham Lincoln
The Gettysburg Address
Abraham Lincoln


PART FIVE: THE NEW AND NOBLE QUEST

Pearl Harbour Address
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Civil Rights Address
John F. Kennedy
Berlin Brandenberg Gate Address
John F. Kennedy
I Have A Dream
Martin Luther King
On Tragedy
Ronald Reagan
Remarks at the Brandenburg Gate
Ronald Reagan
On Freedom Under Attack
George W. Bush
Advancing in Another Direction
Sarah Palin


PART SIX: ADDITIONAL MATERIAL

Common Sense
Thomas Paine
Inaugural Addresses
Presidents of the United States of America

Product Details

BN ID:
2940012930132
Publisher:
Federalist Papers Press
Publication date:
06/04/2011
Series:
Federalist Papers Constitution Complete Works , #1
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
566,754
File size:
1 MB

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THE ORIGINAL FEDERALIST CASE FOR THE CONSTITUTION 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
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A little difficult to read because of the old style of English used, but once you understand it you know what what was originally said and what the authors meant. Very informative and a good groundwork for understanding if current political decisions follow the original intent of the authors of the Constitution.
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This is truly a brilliant examination and philosophical investigation about the foundations of federalism. A truly deserved classic in political philosophy.