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A machine that would go of itself : the Constitution in American culture /

Michael Kammen.

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Main Author: Kammen, Michael G.
Published: New York : Knopf, 1986.
Edition: 1st ed.
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)
Genres: History.
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The problem of constitutionalism in American culture -- To make the Constitution a practical system -- All that gives us a national character -- The Constitution threatens to be a subject of infinite sects -- On this day, one hundred years ago -- The American and the British constitution are two entirely different things -- The crisis in constitutionalism -- God knows how dearly we need a constitutional revival -- Decisions are politics when constitutional questions are up for decision -- My God! Making a racket out of the Constitution -- Illegal defiance of constitutional authority -- Our Bill of Rights is under subtle and pervasive attack -- The public got strange and distorted views of the court and its rulings -- It's what holds us together.

Table of Contents for: A machine that would go of itself : the