A History of the U.S. Political System 3 volumes : Ideas, by Richard A. Harris, Daniel J. Tichenor

By Richard A. Harris, Daniel J. Tichenor

This reference source combines specific ancient research, scholarly essays, and first resource records to discover the evolution of principles and associations that experience formed American govt and americans' political behavior.

• Over 50 members, together with a mixture of distinct and state-of-the-art political scientists and historians

• approximately 2 hundred basic assets, together with Federalist and Anti-Federalist writings, presidential speeches, and landmark splendid courtroom cases

• vintage engravings and political cartoons aligned with key sessions in American political development

• Tables of presidents and congressional management and maps displaying electoral votes over time

• identify and topic indexes for every volume

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2, 264). Some Anti-Federalists claimed that the constitution allowed for the creation of a standing army precisely because the Federalists realized that their new regime would be a despotic one based on coercion. The Federalists responded that the new government would, in fact, gain the confidence of the people, even though the make-up of the legislature probably would not mirror the people. In Federalist No. 27, Hamilton claimed that, ‘‘It may be laid down as a general rule’’ that ‘‘confidence in and obedience to a government, will commonly be proportioned to the goodness or badness of its administration’’ (Hamilton 1982, 156).

Political Thought in the Early Republic 25 Today, as we continue the crucial task of debating what kinds of virtues are necessary for our republic, and how they can best be cultivated, we would do well to carefully reflect on---even if we do not always fully embrace---the ideas of the Anti-Federalists. , Richard Madsen, William M. Sullivan, Ann Swidler, and Steven M. Tipton. 1985. Habits of the Heart: Individualism and Commitment in American Life. Berkeley: University of California Press. Cornell, Saul.

Elite hostility was a response to the existential threat the New Deal liberalism represented to the connection between wealth and worth. Although the United States was ostensibly an egalitarian and middle-class society, in reality, the rich enjoyed an honored place at the top of our social pyramid, not because of their money, but 30 Foundations: Liberalism, Republicanism, and Reform in American Political Thought because wealth had long been equated with personal virtue. The presence of wealth did not make you better, but the ability to accumulate wealth testified to the quality of your character.

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