Locke, Jefferson, and the Justices -- Foundations and Failures of the USG.

The rule of law is essential to a free society. In this book, Stephens makes the important argument that a law that shifts with the tides of time and public sentiment is a recipe for tyranny. - Clint Bolick, Institute for Justice, Washington, DC. The mo.

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Main Author: Stephens, George M.
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Language:English
Published: New York : Algora Pub., 2007.
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505 0 |a LOCKE, JEFFERSON and the JUSTICES:; INTRODUCTION; 1. THE SPIRIT OF AMERICAN RIGHTS; 2. JOHN LOCKE: FOUNDER OF THE FOUNDERS; 3. LOCKE ON EDUCATION AND RRELIGIOUS TOLERANCE; 4. JEFFERSON: LOCKE'S DISCIPLE; 5. JEFFERSON, LOCKE, AND THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE; 6. LOCKE IN THE CONSTITUTION; 7. ADOPTION AND RATIFICATION; 8. OUR BILL OF RIGHTS; 9. JEFFERSON AND HAMILTON; 10. JEFFERSON'S MINIMALIST GOVERNMENT; 11. THE ERA OF SUBSTANTIVE DUE PROCESS; 12. THE PROGRESSIVES; 13. FROM LOCHNER TO MRS. DOLAN: THE 20th CENTURY; 14. HOW WE LOST RIGHTS, IN A FOOTNOTE; 15. LOCKE MAKES A COMEBACK. 
505 8 |a 16. THE REGULATION REBELLION17. THE VOLUNTEERS; 18. TRICKLE-DOWN ECONOMICS; 19. LOCKE'S IDEAS STILL WORK; ENDNOTES; BIBLIOGRAPHY; Index. 
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