The Framers' Intentions — Ebook
The Myth of the Nonpartisan Constitution
|Auteur :||Robert E. Ross|
|Éditeur :||University of Notre Dame Press|
|Catégories :||Science politique / Gouvernement / National, Science politique / Processus politique / Politique Parties, Histoire / États-Unis / Révolution (1775-1800)|
The constitutional question of parties addresses the very nature of representation, democracy, and majority rule. Political parties have become a vital institution of representation by linking the governed with the government. Efforts to uphold political parties have struggled to come to terms with the apparent antiparty sentiments of the founders and the perception that the Constitution was intended to work against parties.
The Framers’ Intentions connects political parties and the two-party system with the Constitution in a way that no previous account has, thereby providing a foundation for parties and a party system within American constitutionalism. This book will appeal to readers interested in political parties, constitutional theory, and constitutional development.
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