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America's rule of law

Author: Robert C Cannada; Robert N Mateer
Publisher: Kansas City, Mo. : National Lawyers Association Foundation, ©2001.
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Cannada, Robert C.
America's rule of law.
Kansas City, Mo. : National Lawyers Association Foundation, ©2001
(OCoLC)605012568
Online version:
Cannada, Robert C.
America's rule of law.
Kansas City, Mo. : National Lawyers Association Foundation, ©2001
(OCoLC)607854696
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert C Cannada; Robert N Mateer
OCLC Number: 47672340
Description: xviii, 130 pages : portrait ; 23 cm
Contents: Prologue : the year 1790 --
1. July 1, 1776 The United States of America is created --
2. 1787 --
the Constitution is adopted --
3. The foundation of America's government is different from that of Great Britain --
4. The duties and obligations of the officeholders --
5. The officeholders' oath of office --
6. The nation's form of government compared, as a metaphor, to the game of football --
7. Americans are faced with a moral dilemma --
8. The Supreme Court --
9. Attacks against the nation's form of government --
10. The proper approach to the nation's moral dilemma --
11. Conclusion --
Epilogue --
Appendixes. (A) Mission statements --
(B) Christian Legal Society --
(C) The Declaration of Independence --
(D) Consequences to the Declaration's signers --
(E) The United States Constitution --
(F) A Bill of Rights.
Responsibility: by Robert C. Cannada ; edited by Robert N. Mateer.

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