Part I. The enduring issues of the American Revolution, 1776-1815 The problem of power: parties, aristocracy, and democracy in revolutionary thought Part II. Republicanism, liberalism, and the great transition Jeffersonian ideology revisited: liberal and classical ideas in the new American republic The Republican interpretation: retrospect and prospect Some second thoughts on virtue and the course of revolutionary thinking Quid transit? Paradigms and process in the transformation of Republican ideas Part III. The Constitution The Constitutional Convention The Federalist Papers 1787 and 1776: Patrick Henry, James Madison, the Constitution, and the Revolution Part IV. James Madison James Madison and the nationalists, 1780-1783 The Hamiltonian Madison: a reconsideration The practicable sphere of a republic: James Madison, the Constitutional Convention, and the emergence of revolutionary federalism Part V. The first party conflict Political economy and the creation of the federal republic The Jeffersonians: first principles.
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Print version: Banning, Lance. Founding visions : the ideas, individuals, and intersections that created America. Lexington, Kentucky : University Press of Kentucky,