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The American founding
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Ralph A. Rossum and Gary L. McDowell.|
|Series||Series in political science, National university publications, Series in political science (Kennikat Press)|
|Contributions||Rossum, Ralph A., 1946-, McDowell, Gary L., 1949-|
|LC Classifications||JK116 .A43|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||190 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||190|
|LC Control Number||80027799|
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The Political Theory of the American Founding: Natural Rights, Public Policy, and the Moral Conditions of Freedom. Thomas G. West. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Thomas G. West is the Paul Ermine Potter and Dawn Tibbets Potter Professor of Politics at Hillsdale College, where he teaches American Government and Political Philosophy.
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Shultz Distinguished Scholar Abraham Sofaer at the Hoover. They say nothing is as American as apple pie or baseball, but when it comes to Christianity, few things are fundamentally less American.
Day in and day out, the Christian Right propagates the myth that America is a Christian Nation and this book fights back, going beyond simply exposing the fact that the founding fathers never intended for America to be a Christian Nation, but that.
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No book was more accessible or familiar to the American founders than the Bible, and no book was more frequently alluded to or quoted from in the political discourse of the age. How and for what purposes did the founding generation use the Bible. How did the Bible influence their political culture.
Bible Gateway interviewed [ ]. The Most Commonly Read Books of the Founding Generation The Founding Fathers of the American Constitution made it clear what authors and texts had influenced their own thinking on the idea of liberty.
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American Founding Son provides the most complete portrait yet of this remarkable statesman. Drawing on his personal letters and speeches, the book traces Bingham’s life from his humble roots in Pennsylvania through his career as a leader of the Republican Party.
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"This wonderfully rich volume challenges those who claim that political history is arid, narrow, or worse, irrelevant to our own concerns. Jensen's study explores popular political mobilization on the eve of American independence. It reconstructs the complex decisions that slowly, often painfully transformed a colonial rebellion into a genuine revolution.5/5(1).
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