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A REPUBLIC - IF WE CAN KEEP IT

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By Lawrence W. Reed and Burton W. Folsom, Jr. - Paperback, 340 pages. A collection of essays that surveys the economic history of the United States and the modern world. Along the way, they dismiss commonly-held fallacies and present the stories of the individuals who changed history and expanded liberty for everyone.

Item: 2010738

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AGAINST THRONE AND ALTER - Paperback

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MACHIAVELLI AND POLITICAL THEORY UNDER THE ENGLISH REPUBLIC - By Paul A. Rahe. Paperback, 422 pages. This book examines four thinkers; John Milton, Marchamont Nedham, James Harrington and Thomas Hobbes, situates them with regard to the novel species of republicanism first championed in the early 1500s by Niccolo Machiavelli, and examines the dept that he and they owed the Epicurean tradition in philosophy and the political science crafted by Arab philosophers.

Item: 2011358

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AMERICAN CICERO

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THE LIFE OF CHARLES CARROLL - by Bradley J. Birzer. Hardcover, 286 pages. Birzer masterfully captures Carroll as being a man of supreme intellect, imagination, integrity, and accomplishment, while at the same time, reassesses the most controversial aspects of him: his aristocratic position and his cirtiques of democracy.

Item: 2006317

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AMERICAN DEMOCRAT: AND OTHER POLITICAL WRITINGS

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Edited with an introduction by Bradley J. Birzer and John Willson - Hardcover, 508 pages. Author James Fenimore Cooper argues that the real American should be one rooted in virtue, honor, and honesty, transcend time and historical era. Cooper's thoughts on republicanism remain as relevant today as they were in the 1820s and 1830s.

Item: 2001641

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AMERICAN FOUNDING AND THE SOCIAL COMPACT

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Edited by Ronald J. Pestritto - Paperback, 283 pages. Unlike many other books about the American founding, this work emphasizes social compact theory's coherence and intelligibility, and convincingly argues that the political ideas of the American Founders cannot be properly understood without a comprehension of social compact theory and the exalted place it held in the construction of the American system of government.

Item: 2001681

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AMERICAN PROGRESSIVISM

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By Ronald J. Pestritto - Paperback, 327 pages. This book contains some of the most important essays and speeches from the leading figures of national progressivisim. Students and scholars will find this reader to be an invaluable resource on the charateristics of progressive thought and the role of progressives in the development of the Amerian political tradition.

Item: 2003832

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AMERICAN STATE FROM CIVIL WAR TO THE NEW DEAL:

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THE TWILIGHT OF CONSTITUTIONALISM AND THE TRIUMPH OF PROGRESSIVISM - By Paul D. Moreno. Paperback, 349 pages. This book tells the story of constitutional government in America during the period of the "social question." After the Civil War and Reconstruction, and before the "second Reconstruction" and cultural revolution of the 1960s, Americans dealt with the challenges of the urban and industrial revolutions.

Item: 2014916

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AN AUTUMN OF WAR

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WHAT AMERICA LEARNED FROM SEPTEMBER 11 AND THE WAR ON TERRORISM - By Victor Davis Hanson. Paperback, 218 pages. This book, which opens with an article asserting that the United States, like it or not, was now at war and had the moral right to respond with force, will stimulate readers across the political spectrum to think more deeply about the attacks, the war, and their lessons for all of us.

Item: 2004481

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ARE YOU POLITICALLY CORRECT

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DEBATING AMERICA'S CULTURAL STANDARDS - Edited by Michael E. Bauman. Paperback, 266 pages. Selections in this volume span the political gamut from the far left to the far right, demonstrating the clash of views on the many issues surrounding the political correctness debate.

Item: 2001631

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BENJAMIN FRANKLIN,

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NATURAL RIGHT, AND THE ART OF VIRTUE - By Kevin Slack. Hardcover. 305 pages. Benjamin Franklin's writings on politics are voluminous, and his own politics are well known, yet scholars debate, whether he had a political philosophy and, if so, what it was. This book is a study of Franklin's political and philosophical writings, tracing the development of his political thought and elucidating the political philosophy he came to embrace and put into practice. Kevin Slack argues that Franklin, despite his reputation as a wit and clever politician, examined the nature of politics, virtue, and morality more deeply than any scholar has given him credit for. Franklin, as Slack demonstrates, rejected metaphysics during a period of youthful skepticism, adopting radical skepticism, but later abandoned that view for a third alternative, Shaftesbury's common-sense philosophy. Engaging in a rigorous critique of religious and political authorities, Franklin rejected all authoritative claims but that of reason, which he used to investigate the nature of justice, or natural right. Slack shows here that Franklin was a thinker in the tradition of Socrates, and thus a political philosopher in the truest and highest sense.

Item: 2017075

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