The roots of American order

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Pepperdine University Press, 1978 - Law - 534 pages
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User Review  - Mark Robert - Goodreads

A panoramic sweep of the influences that formed the American political order beginning with the Hebrews and the Old Testament, Rome, and the English common law tradition. Important reading for today's times. Read full review

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User Review  - Kyle - Goodreads

Another of Kirk's classics. Too often when we think about the philosophical roots of the Constitution, we only think of Locke. He refutes the idea that the Founding Fathers were solely disciples of ... Read full review

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