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Thoughts of the American Ivy League. Sixteen Discourses on Politics, from the Early 19th Century.

ByRussell Creech, Editor

Sixteen full length discourses on Political topics, by: Harvard President John T. Kirkland, Dartmouth Presidents William Allen and Daniel Dana, Bowdoin President Joseph Mckeen, and Middlebury College President Joshua Bates. Education, Party politics, Separation of Church and State, Just War Theory, are just some issues addressed, and just as important today. Understanding their views will define the original meanings as the Founders intended. For an example of a most remarkable oratorial work, Harvard's Reuben Puffer's 1803 Election Sermon is perhaps one of the finest available. Abiel Abbot's 1802 Sermon to the Massachusetts Artillery Militia Officers contains a most concise statement on Government's role in protecting the citizens. The following book in this catalog, "Thoughts of the American Ivy League, Selected Readings From the Early 19th Century. Politics." serves as a quote "Notebook," all from this volume of Sixteen Discourses.

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Publication Date
Oct 1, 2011
Language
English
Category
Law
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All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
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By (author): Russell Creech, Editor

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