Devising Liberty: Preserving and Creating Freedom in the New American Republic
David Thomas Konig
Stanford University Press, 1995 - History - 383 pages
The nine chapters in this book focus on the various constitutional problems surrounding the need to provide simultaneously a sufficient degree of union and public authority to guarantee defense and order, and a sufficient degree of individual liberty to satisfy the demands and expectations of private citizens who were wary of the arbitrary powers of government.
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