Kammen, Michael G. (1986) A machine that would go of itself :the Constitution in American culture New York : Knopf,MLA Citation
Kammen, Michael G. A Machine That Would Go Of Itself: The Constitution In American Culture. New York : Knopf, 1986. Print.
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A machine that would go of itself : the Constitution in American culture /
|Main Author:||Kammen, Michael G.|
|Published:||New York : Knopf, 1986.|
|Topics:||Constitutional history - United States. | Public opinion - United States - History. | Grondwetten. | Öffentliche Meinung | Geschichte | Zivilisation | Constitutional history -- United States. | Public opinion -- United States -- History. | United States -- Civilization. | USA Verfassung 1787|
|Regions:||United States - Civilization. | United States. | USA - Verfassung (1787)|
|Physical Description:||xxii, 532 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations, portraits ; 27 cm
|Includes:||Includes bibliographical references (pages 413-507) and index.
|Summary:||Examines the influence of the constitution on U.S. culture, looks at misconceptions concerning it, and describes how the Constitution has been interpreted, defended, and attacked.
|Award:||Society for History in the Federal Government Henry Adams Prize, 1987. Society of American Historians Francis Parkman Prize, 1987.|
Frank and Virginia Williams Collection of Lincolniana (Mississippi State University. Libraries)|5MsSM.