Constitutional History of the American Revolution, Volume II: The Authority to Tax, Volume 2

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Univ of Wisconsin Press, 2003 - 432 pages

John Phillip Reid addresses the central constitutional issues that divided the American colonists from their English legislators: the authority to tax, the authority to legislate, the security of rights, the nature of law, the foundation of constitutional government in custom and contractarian theory, and the search for a constitutional settlement.

 

Table des matières

II
9
III
12
IV
14
V
16
VI
21
VII
25
VIII
28
IX
29
LIX
158
LX
159
LXI
162
LXII
166
LXIII
170
LXIV
171
LXV
174
LXVI
178

X
31
XI
33
XII
34
XIII
40
XIV
44
XV
45
XVI
47
XVII
49
XVIII
53
XIX
55
XX
60
XXI
63
XXII
65
XXIII
67
XXIV
71
XXV
73
XXVI
75
XXVII
76
XXVIII
78
XXX
80
XXXI
85
XXXII
87
XXXIII
89
XXXIV
91
XXXV
93
XXXVI
97
XXXVII
98
XXXVIII
102
XXXIX
105
XL
106
XLI
111
XLII
115
XLIII
118
XLIV
122
XLV
123
XLVI
126
XLVII
128
XLVIII
130
XLIX
132
L
135
LI
137
LII
139
LIII
141
LIV
144
LV
147
LVI
149
LVII
150
LVIII
153
LXVII
181
LXVIII
183
LXIX
186
LXX
189
LXXI
192
LXXII
194
LXXIII
196
LXXIV
200
LXXV
202
LXXVI
208
LXXVII
211
LXXVIII
213
LXXIX
215
LXXX
217
LXXXII
219
LXXXIII
221
LXXXIV
223
LXXXV
225
LXXXVI
227
LXXXVII
229
LXXXVIII
231
LXXXIX
232
XC
234
XCI
236
XCII
238
XCIII
242
XCIV
244
XCV
247
XCVI
250
XCVII
253
XCVIII
255
XCIX
257
C
259
CI
262
CII
264
CIII
265
CIV
267
CV
268
CVI
271
CVII
273
CVIII
275
CIX
276
CX
280
CXI
287
CXII
289
CXIII
343
CXIV
405
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John Phillip Reid is the Russell D. Niles Professor of Law at New York University. His books include Policing the Elephant: Crime and Social Behavior on the Overland Trail as well as the abridged one-volume edition of Constitutional History of the American Revolution based on this four-volume work.

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