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CITIZENSHIP AS A SOURCE OF OBLIGATION
THE RESTORATION OF CITIZENSHIP IN THE PRACTICE
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active adopted American Citizenship Anti-federalists argued Articles of Confederation associations assumption authority central century chapter citizen administrator citizenry citizenship role civic virtue colonies concept concern Congress Constitution Court covenant created Croly Croly's debate democracy democratic Development of American direct democracy Dred Scott efficiency emerged essential established ethical citizenship ethical tradition experience federal Federalist Follett fundamental governmental Hanson Herbert Croly Herbert Storing human Ibid ideas important interests involved Jefferson John Wise Kettner Legislative Lockean maintained Mary Parker Follett ment moral national citizenship nature normative obligation one's organizations oriented participation particular perspective political community principles problem professional Progressive Progressivism public administrative role Puritan reform relationships representative representative democracy republic republican responsibility rooted self-interest rightly understood significant social society theory thought tion Tocqueville tradition of citizenship understanding United United States Constitution values virtuous voluntary associations Wiebe York