Legal classics library. World constitutions illustrated. UNC Press law publications.
"Published for the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture, Williamsburg, Virginia."
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 309-317) and index.
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Ratification and the politics of the public sphere The dynamics of the pubic debate The anti-Federalist critique The rhetoric of ratification Reading politics and the politics of reading Elite Anti-Federalist political and constitutional thought Constitutionalism The problem of Federalism and Localism The theory of the small republic The Public sphere Popular Anti-Federalist political and constitutional thought Middling Constitutionalism The political sociology of middling anti-Federalism Centinel and Philadelphiensis: voices of radical Democracy Plebeian Populism The Carlisle riot: the Constitutionalism of the crowd Plebeian radicalism and the public sphere Courts, conventions, and constitutionalism: the politics of the public sphere The politics of the public sphere The Oswald libel case of 1788 The aborted Second Convention Movement The emergence of a loyal opposition The debate over the meaning of representation Rats versus Antirats Anti-Federalism and the politics of the First Congress Anti-Federalist voices within Democratic-Republicanism Hamiltonianism and the Democratic-Republican opposition Strict construction and the original understanding The limits of dissenting constitutionalism The Demoratic-Republican societies The Whiskey Rebellion Federalism versus Localist Democracy The founding dialogue and the politics of constitutional interpretation The irony of the search for an original intent The Sedition Act and the transformation of opposition Constitutionalism The Principles of '98 Democratic-Republican constitutionalism and the public sphere Public opinion and dissenting political thought Responses to the Alien and Sedition crisis The anti-Federalist Blackston: St. George Tucker and a Democratic-Republican jurisprudence The dissenting tradition, from the revolution of 1800 until nullification Clinton versus Madison McCulloch v. Maryland and the collapse of the Madisonian synthesis The revival of anti-Federalism: Robert Yates's secret proceedings Nullification and splintering of the dissenting tradition Van Buren and the anti-Federalist mind Epilogue: Anti-Federalism and the American political tradition Appendix 1. Reprinting of anti-Federalist documents Appendix 2. Pamphlet, broadside, and periodical republication of anti-Federalist documents.
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