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James Madison and the search for nationhood
Robert Allen Rutland
|Statement||by Robert A. Rutland ; Conover Hunt Jones and Kym S. Rice, guest curators.|
|Contributions||Hunt-Jones, Conover., Rice, Kym S., Library of Congress., Daniel J. Boorstin Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||E342 .R87 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 174 p. :|
|Number of Pages||174|
|LC Control Number||81607967|
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James Madison’s solution was federalism, a division of power between the federal and state governments, including outsize influence for sparsely populated states — which would have as. "Madison’s 'original intention' was to make all 'original intentions' infinitely negotiable in the future," writes historian Joseph Ellis, who will speak at the U of M on Sept.
on July 1,president James Madison asked congress to declare war on Great Britain. circle the three reasons why they did so inciting Indian warfare, the impressment of sailors, British interference.
For students of the early American republic, James Madison has long been something of a riddle, the member of the founding generation whose actions and thought most stubbornly resist easy Brand: University Press of Kansas.
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