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discourse on the establishment of a national constitutional force in England.
Charles Jenkinson Earl of Liverpool
|Contributions||Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||AC901 .M5 vol. 978, no. 3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||82 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||82|
|LC Control Number||95854203|
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His works include: Against the Force Bill (), A Discourse on the Constitution and Government of the United States () and Disquisition on Reviews: 6.
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It is impossible to build sound constitutional doctrine upon a mistaken understanding of constitutional history. [W]hen we turn to the record of the proceedings of the First Congress leading up to the adoption of the Establishment Clause of the Constitution, we see a far different picture of its purpose than the highly simplified.
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After the invasion of the humanities and the social sciences by the ‘linguistic turn’ in the s, a book in which the three concepts of discourse, power, and history are combined can no longer cause surprise.
Particularly the work of Michel Foucault has placed its stamp incontrovertibly on this triangle. THE BRITISHCONSTITUTION BYTHELATE AMOSDEAN,LL.D., ProfessorintheAlbanyLawSchool.
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Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Historians of political discourse and language policy researchers should join forces to develop methods of textual analysis that help to integrate political and intellectual history.
Discourse of Legitimacy in Early Modern England is a study of the structures of authority in England between the beginning of the English Reformation in and the outbreak of the Civil War of the s. These structures, both secular and sacred, were profoundly affected by the creation of a national Protestant church governed by the crown; by the emerging sense of national consciousness and.
The Decline of “Nature” and the National Parks As we Americans became removed further and further from this original experience of nature, through the passage of time and the development of artificial civilization and culture, the original meaning and political significance of nature progressively began to be forgotten.
Constitutional issues and rhetoric have played an important role in politics and government throughout American history. Contrary to the ."The Constitution is not a suicide pact" is a phrase in American political and legal discourse. The phrase expresses the belief that constitutional restrictions on governmental power must be balanced against the need for survival of the state and its people.