Saving the Revolution: The Federalist Papers and the American Founding
Charles R. Kesler, Free Press, Macmillan Company
Free Press, 1987 - Law - 334 pages
A group of preeminent political and constitutional scholars, including Edward Banfield and William Kristol, offer fresh perspectives on The Federalist Papers' ideals, arguments, and enduring effects on American political life.
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Federalist 10 and American Republicanism
Federalism and Political Life
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