By Richard A. Harris, Daniel J. Tichenor
This reference source combines special historic research, scholarly essays, and first resource records to discover the evolution of principles and associations that experience formed American executive and americans' political behavior.
• Over 50 members, together with a mixture of wonderful 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 classes in American political development
• Tables of presidents and congressional management and maps exhibiting electoral votes over time
• identify and topic indexes for every volume
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Extra resources for A History of the U.S. Political System 3 volumes : Ideas, Interests, and Institutions
Will enlarge the sphere of [Congressional] power beyond all bounds’’ (Kenyon 1966, 343). S. v. S. v. Morrison (2000), can be seen as an attempt to roll back this expansion of power in a way that Brutus might have appreciated. Although the Anti-Federalists sometimes criticized the judicial and executive branches, most of their fears were centered on the legislative branch. AntiFederalists believed that, under the Articles, the people were allowed to rule themselves through their local and state governments; under the new constitution, in contrast, the Anti-Federalists feared that the people would be dominated by distant and aristocratic congressional representatives who would lack the people’s ‘‘confidence,’’ as the Anti-Federalists often put it.
William and Mary Quarterly 12: 3--43. Kenyon, Cecilia, ed. 1966. The Antifederalists. Indianapolis, IN: Bobbs-Merrill. Ketcham, Ralph, ed. 1986. The Antifederalist Papers and the Constitutional Convention Debates. New York: Mentor. Lienesch, Michael. 1988. New Order of the Ages: Time, the Constitution, and the Making of Modern American Political Thought. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Main, Jackson Turner. 1961. The Antifederalists. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.
Harry Hopkins,7 a member of Roosevelt’s inner circle, railed that ‘‘people don’t eat in the long-run, they eat every day’’ (Goldman 1952, 332). There was government recognition that poverty has structural causes. Economists close to the New Deal could never quite agree on the cause of the Depression,8 but they all agreed that fault did not lie with the individual worker, who was a victim of events far beyond his ability to 27 master. This realization greatly affected attitudes toward poverty, at least at the national level.
A History of the U.S. Political System 3 volumes : Ideas, Interests, and Institutions by Richard A. Harris, Daniel J. Tichenor