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George Washington and American Constitutionalism (American Political Thought Series) - Phelps, Glenn A
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Indianapolis, Indiana: The Bobbs-Merrill Company Publishers, 1954. "With the publication of BUT WE WERE BORN FREE here is at last in permanent form the essence of what he {Elmer Davis} has been saying into the microphone, from the lecture platform and in the magazines in his crusade for freedom of the mind. Wth the trenchand wit, the pointed understatement, the felicitous phrase, the illuminating allusion that is a part of everything he says or writes, Elmer Davis has thrown himself into the fight for independent thought." This book has 229 pages.. First Thus. Cloth. Very Good/Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Reporting, Jounalism, Elmer Davis, Radio, Propaganda. Psychological Warfare. Catalogs: Radio, Journalism, Mass Communications, Writing, Newspapers, Propaganda and Psychological Warefare, Magazines., The Bobbs-Merrill Company Publishers, 1954, University Press of Kansas, 1993. 2nd Printing. Trade Paperback. Very Good. 2nd printing. Minor pencil marginalia throughout. 1993 Trade Paperback. x, 245 pp. Notes, bibliography, and index follow text. Known as the Father of His Country, George Washington is viewed as a demigod for what he was and did, not what he thought. In addition to being a popular icon for the forces of American nationalism, he served as commander-in-chief of the victorious Continental Army. That he played a key role in securing the adoption of the Constitution is well known, but few credit him with a political philosophy that actively shaped the constitutional tradition. In this revisionist study, Glenn Phelps argues that Washington's political thought influenced the principles informing the federal government then and now. Disinclined to enter the debates by which the framers hammered out a consensus, Washington instead sought to promote his way of thinking through private correspondence, and the example of his public life. From these sources Phelps draws out his political ideas and demonstrates that Washington developed a coherent and consistent view of a republican government on a continental scale long before Madison, Hamilton, and other nationalists-a view grounded in classically conservative republicanism and continentally-minded commercialism. That he was only partially successful in building the constitutional system that he intended does not undercut his theoretical contribution. Even his failures affected the way our constitutional tradition developed. Phelps examines Washington's political ideas not as they were perceived by his contemporaries but in his own words, that is, he shows what Washington believed, not what others thought he believed. He shows how Washington's political values remained consistent over time, regardless of who his counselors or "ghost writers" were. Using letters Washington wrote to friends and family—written free from the constraints of public politics—Phelps reveals "a man with a passionate commitment to a fully developed idea of a constitutional republic on a continental scale." In recent years scholarship about Washington has seemed to focus on mythmaking. For readers interested in the founding period, the framing of what Hamilton called the "frail fabric," and constitutionalism, Phelps explores the substance behind the myth., University Press of Kansas, 1993

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x, 245 pp. Notes, bibliography, and index follow text. Known as the Father of His Country, George Washington is viewed as a demigod for what he was and did, not what he thought. In addition to being a popular icon for the forces of American nationalism, he served as commander-in-chief of the victorious Continental Army. That he played a key role in securing the adoption of the Constitution is well known, but few credit him with a political philosophy that actively shaped the constitutional tradition. In this revisionist study, Glenn Phelps argues that Washington's political thought influenced the principles informing the federal government then and now. Disinclined to enter the debates by which the framers hammered out a consensus, Washington instead sought to promote his way of thinking through private correspondence, and the example of his public life. From these sources Phelps draws out his political ideas and demonstrates that Washington developed a coherent and consistent view of a republican government on a continental scale long before Madison, Hamilton, and other nationalists-a view grounded in classically conservative republicanism and continentally-minded commercialism. That he was only partially successful in building the constitutional system that he intended does not undercut his theoretical contribution. Even his failures affected the way our constitutional tradition developed. Phelps examines Washington's political ideas not as they were perceived by his contemporaries but in his own words, that is, he shows what Washington believed, not what others thought he believed. He shows how Washington's political values remained consistent over time, regardless of who his counselors or "ghost writers" were. Using letters Washington wrote to friends and familywritten free from the constraints of public politicsPhelps reveals "a man with a passionate commitment to a fully developed idea of a constitutional republic on a continental scale." In recent years scholarship about Washington has seemed to focus on mythmaking. For readers interested in the founding period, the framing of what Hamilton called the "frail fabric," and constitutionalism, Phelps explores the substance behind the myth.Keywords: AMERICAN HISTORY POLITICAL SCIENCE CONSTITUTIONAL POLITICS U.S. CONSTITUTION BIOGRAPHY GEORGE WASHINGTON FOUNDING FATHERS PRESIDENT 2nd printing. Minor pencil marginalia throughout. Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 1993. 2nd Printing. Very Good/Not Applicable., University Press of Kansas, 1993

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University Press of Kansas, 1993. 2nd Printing. Trade Paperback. Very Good. 2nd printing. Minor pencil marginalia throughout. 1993 Trade Paperback. x, 245 pp. Notes, bibliography, and index follow text. Known as the Father of His Country, George Washington is viewed as a demigod for what he was and did, not what he thought. In addition to being a popular icon for the forces of American nationalism, he served as commander-in-chief of the victorious Continental Army. That he played a key role in securing the adoption of the Constitution is well known, but few credit him with a political philosophy that actively shaped the constitutional tradition. In this revisionist study, Glenn Phelps argues that Washington's political thought influenced the principles informing the federal government then and now. Disinclined to enter the debates by which the framers hammered out a consensus, Washington instead sought to promote his way of thinking through private correspondence, and the example of his public life. From these sources Phelps draws out his political ideas and demonstrates that Washington developed a coherent and consistent view of a republican government on a continental scale long before Madison, Hamilton, and other nationalists-a view grounded in classically conservative republicanism and continentally-minded commercialism. That he was only partially successful in building the constitutional system that he intended does not undercut his theoretical contribution. Even his failures affected the way our constitutional tradition developed. Phelps examines Washington's political ideas not as they were perceived by his contemporaries but in his own words, that is, he shows what Washington believed, not what others thought he believed. He shows how Washington's political values remained consistent over time, regardless of who his counselors or "ghost writers" were. Using letters Washington wrote to friends and family—written free from the constraints of public politics—Phelps reveals "a man with a passionate commitment to a fully developed idea of a constitutional republic on a continental scale." In recent years scholarship about Washington has seemed to focus on mythmaking. For readers interested in the founding period, the framing of what Hamilton called the "frail fabric," and constitutionalism, Phelps explores the substance behind the myth., University Press of Kansas, 1993

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Univ Pr of Kansas. Paperback. GOOD. Gently used may contain ex-library markings, possibly has some light highlighting, textual notations, and or underlining. Text is still easily readable., Univ Pr of Kansas

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"Indispensable to understanding Washington and the history and government he helped make". -- Richard B. Bernstein in Constitution. G. Washington & Amer. Const. (PB) Phelps, Glenn A., University Press of Kansas

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780700606832
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0700606831
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 1994
Herausgeber: UNIV PR OF KANSAS
238 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,318 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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