American Political Thought
Kenneth M. Dolbeare
Chatham House, 1989 - Political Science - 558 pages
This classic anthology features selections from a rich variety of authors and thinkers, examining the origins of our current political values and beliefs and the ways in which we think about the future. This updated volume offers a new mix of material, including the Articles of Confederation, the Populist and Progressive party platforms, and excerpts from the writings of Benjamin Franklin and Ralph Waldo Emerson, as well as a thoroughly revised introductory essay.
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