Toward a More Perfect Union: Writings of Herbert J. Storing
American Enterprise Institute, 1995 - 469 sayfa
In this definitive collection, the writings of Herbert J. Storing have been assembled into six categories: the Founding Fathers and their legacy; race relations in America; rights and the public interest; bureaucracy and big government; statesmanship and the presidency; and liberal education. With profound understanding and incisive prose, Herbert J. Storing elucidates the nature and enduring importance of America's deepest political principles. His work is presented here with the thoughtful care and organization of one of his students - Joseph M. Bessette.
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A PRELIMINARY SKETCH
THE CONSTITUTION AND THE BILL OF RIGHTS
WHAT COUNTRY HAVE I? POLITICAL WRITINGS BY BLACK
IN DEFENSE OF THE ELECTORAL COLLEGE
OLD AND NEW
LIBERAL EDUCATION AND THE COMMON MAN
THE CHICAGO SCHOOL OF POLITICAL SCIENCE
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