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Amendments to the Constitution A Commentary

ISBN-10: 0801849608
ISBN-13: 9780801849602
Edition: 1995
Authors: George Anastaplo
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Description: A companion to the widely acclaimed The Constitution of 1787, this new book by eminent constitutional scholar George Anastaplo examines the nature and effects of the twenty-seven amendments to the U.S. Constitution. For Anastaplo, these amendments  More...

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Book details

List price: $30.00
Copyright year: 1995
Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press
Publication date: 5/1/1995
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 488
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.50" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.584
Language: English

A companion to the widely acclaimed The Constitution of 1787, this new book by eminent constitutional scholar George Anastaplo examines the nature and effects of the twenty-seven amendments to the U.S. Constitution. For Anastaplo, these amendments implement the equality, liberty, and rule of law principles that are fundamental to the American system of government. His appendixes of critical documents and his reflections on the Bill of Rights and on the Emancipation Proclamation set this volume apart from other treatises on the amendments to the Constitution.Praise for George Anastaplo's The Constitution of 1787:"Those desiring to engage in the enterprise of ' thinking about the Constitution' in the company of a resourceful and knowledgeable guide will find this book quite interesting and enjoyable." -- Judge Edward Dumbauld, Journal of American History"A marvelous instrument for introducing citizens to their Constitution." -- Mortimer J. Adler

Preface
The Intentions of the Federal Convention of 1787
The Federal Convention and a Bill of Rights
Predecessors to the American Bill of Rights
The Purposes and Effects of the Bill of Rights of 1791
Amendment I
Amendments II, III, and IV
Amendments V, VI, VII, and VIII
Amendments IX, X, XI, and XII
Education in the New Republic
The Confederate Constitution of 1861
The Emancipation Proclamation of 1862-1863
Amendments XIII, XIV, and XV
Amendments XVI, XVII, and XIX
Amendments XVIII and XXI
Amendments XX, XXII, XXIII, and XXV
Amendments XXIII, XXIV, XXVI, and XXVII
The Constitution in the Twenty-first Century
Appendixes and Sources
Magna Carta (1215)
Thomas More's Petition to Henry VIII on Parliamentary Freedom of Speech (1521)
The Petition of Right (1628)
The English Bill of Rights (1689)
Declarations by American Congresses (1765-1776)
Declarations of Rights and Grievances by the Stamp Act Congress (1765)
Declaration and Resolves by the First Continental Congress (1774)
The Declaration of Independence (1776)
Declarations of Rights (1776-1780)
Virginia Declaration of Rights (1776)
Massachusetts Declaration of Rights (1780)
Virginia Statute of Religious Liberty (1785)
The Principal Bill of Rights Discussions in James Madison's Notes of Debates in the Federal Convention (1787)
Monday, August 20, 1787
Wednesday, September 12, 1787
Saturday, September 15, 1787
Amendment Proposals by the Last States to Ratify the Constitution before Its Initial Implementation (1788)
Virginia Ratification Convention (June 26-27, 1788)
New York Ratification Convention (July 26, 1788)
Stages of the Bill of Rights in the First Congress and in the State Legislatures (1789-1791)
James Madison's Proposals in the House of Representatives (June 8, 1789)
Amendments Reported by a House of Representatives Committee (July 28, 1789)
Amendments Passed by the House of Representatives (August 24, 1789)
Amendments Passed by the Senate (September 9, 1789)
Amendments Proposed by Congress for Ratification by the States (September 25, 1789)
Ratification Returns from the States (November 20, 1789-December 15, 1791)
Letters Exchanged by Thomas Jefferson and John Adams (1814)
Letter from Thomas Jefferson to John Adams (July 5, 1814)
Letter from John Adams to Thomas Jefferson (July 16, 1814)
Anglo-American Responses to Slavery (1771-1863)
Somerset's Case (1771-1772)
The Constitution of the Confederate States of America (1861)
The Emancipation Proclamation (1862-1863)
The Constitution of 1787 with Amendments (1787-1992)
The Constitution of 1787 (1787)
Amendments to the Constitution of 1787 (1791-1992)
Notes
Index

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