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Constitutional government and democracy; theory and practice in Europe and America

Author: Carl J Friedrich
Publisher: Waltham, Mass., Blaisdell Pub. Co. [1968]
Series: Blaisdell book in political science.
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Friedrich, Carl J. (Carl Joachim), 1901-1984.
Constitutional government and democracy.
Waltham, Mass., Blaisdell Pub. Co. [1968]
(OCoLC)590859785
Online version:
Friedrich, Carl J. (Carl Joachim), 1901-1984.
Constitutional government and democracy.
Waltham, Mass., Blaisdell Pub. Co. [1968]
(OCoLC)627176954
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Carl J Friedrich
OCLC Number: 436030
Notes: First ed. published in 1937 under title: Constitutional government and politics.
Description: xxiii, 728 pages 23 cm.
Contents: I. Modern government: nature and development : 1. The development of modern constitutional government in theory and practice : Modern political science and Aristotle ; The ideology of constitutionalism ; Constitutionalism and Christianity ; National unification ; Material factors of unification ; Political factors of unification ; The Roman law as a formative force ; The state ; Sovereignty ; The problem of responsibility ; Reason of state ; Developmental administration: core of the state ; Constitutionalism ; England's leadership in constitutionalism ; The spread of constitutionalism ; The living constitution ; Democratization of constitutionalism ; Socialism and constitutionalism --
2. The developmental core: bureaucracy : The elementary or basic aspects of bureaucracy: England ; Bureaucracy in Brandenburg-Prussia ; American colonial bureaucracy ; Functional and behavior aspects ; The differentiation of functions ; Centralization and integration ; The hierarchy ; Discipline and morale ; Qualification and training for office ; Publicity ; Objectivity and impartiality ; Precision and continuity ; Discretion versus secrecy --
3. Security and the military establishment : British navy and continental armies ; Size of armies and the development of arms ; The evolution of arms and science ; Government control of universities ; The provisioning of armies ; The problem of revenue ; Commissioners and the emergency power ; Civil and foreign war ; The military aspect of the Fascist rise to power ; Limitation of armaments --
4. Peace and diplomacy : Diplomacy and war ; The art of negotiating ; Foreign and domestic affairs ; The language of diplomacy ; The system of ambassadors ; The "social" functions of the professional diplomatist ; Technical experts abroad; The foreign service as an organized administrative service ; The international civil servant ; The balance of power ; Peace and foreign policy --
5. Prosperity, the police, and legislation : The organismic fallacy ; Prosperity and government expenditure ; Police or administrative action ; Early legislation ; The ordinance ; Increase in wealth and central goal ; The trade balance and tariffs ; The stimulation of trade and industry through monopolies ; Enforcement ; Stable money ; Colonial policy --
6. Justice and the judicial function : Rival conceptions of law ; "Artificial reason" of the law ; The views of Hooker, Locke, and Rousseau on the importance of laws ; The judicial process ; The rule of precedent and the judicial process ; Judicial organization in continental Europe ; Bench and bar and the act of settlement ; The judiciary and the rule of law in Prussia: a contrast ; Judicial restraint as the beginning of constitutional government ; Administrative law ; The Conseil d'etat ; French administrative justice and American problems --
II. The pattern of constitutional government : 1. The constitution as a political process : Five nonpolitical concepts defined ; The functional concept ; The development of Anglo-American government ; Restraint a question of degree ; Medieval constitutionalism ; The dilemma of Cromwell ; The constitution as the decision regarding the organization of the government ; Free speech and free assembly ; The constituent power and the right of revolution ; Locke's view restated scientifically --
2. The constituent power, the amending power, and revolution : Cromwell and the Puritan revolution. Napoleonic plebiscites ; Constituent and amending powers ; Constitutional change without amendment ; Flexible versus rigid constitution ; The American Federal amending process ; Conditions for formal amendment ; Holland, England, and France ; Limitations on the amending power ; Nonfundamental constitutional provisions ; Limited and unlimited revolutions ; Unlimited revolution and amending process ; Negative revolutions --
3. The constitution as a political force : The evolution of human rights ; Civil liberties ; Social rights and freedoms ; Constitutional reason of state ; Conflicts of principle ; Preambles ; Two basic cleavages ; Cultural disunity over: Switzerland ; Contrast between Germany and Great Britain ; Symbols and stereotypes --
4. The separation of powers and functions : The theory of mixed government ; Importance of institutional background ; Cromwell's instrument of government ; Locke's view ; Montesquieu's reinterpretation ; American problems ; Fusion of power in England ; The judiciary ; The French Chartre Constitutionelle of 1814 ; German constitutions ; Weakness of monarchical executive ; Sweden's unusual separation ; A modern theory of dividing powers ; Practical aspects: checks and balances ; The party as the integrator --
5. Federalism and the territorial division of power : Federalism in historical perspective ; Federation versus empire ; Federalism as a dynamic process ; The problem of autonomy ; Federalizing: a territorial dividing of power ; Federalism and democracy ; The common objectives of federations ; Federalism and nationalism ; The structural pattern of federal systems ; The distribution of legislative functions: a matter of expediency ; Participation of the component units in the amending process ; Federal executives ; Federalism and opposition ; The constitutional judiciary ; The former British dominions and the Commonwealth ; India ; The French community ; The union of Europe ; Admission and association ; "Co-operative" federalism ; Decentralization ; Strength and weakness of federal structures of government --
6. Local self-government: basis of constitutional democracy : Political philosophers on the best size of towns ; A pragmatist's approach ; Growth of local government functions ; The British tradition ; Alternative patterns: Great Britain ; France ; Switzerland ; Germany ; United States. Metropolitan problems ; Middletown and Yankee city --
7. The guardianship of the constitution: the issue of judicial review : Medieval precedents ; The supremacy of parliament ; The impact of federalism ; Constitutional interpretation and partisanship ; Due process ; "Manifest tenor" ; Judges and propertied interests ; Disinterestedness and representative quality ; Universality versus partisanship ; European constitutional tribunals ; Representative quality of judiciary. III. The functioning process of constitutional government : 1. The problem of representation : Late appearance of representative bodies ; Representation and responsibility ; Representation in Hobbes ; In Rousseau ; The dual nature of representation ; Responsible representative conduct ; Defining political representation ; Election and legitimacy ; Representation and legislation ; The power of the purse ; Representation and constitutionalism --
2. Electoral systems in theory and practice : The English system ; The proposals for proportional representation ; Bagehot's view: the functional approach ' John Stuart Mill's view: the individualist approach ; The problem of "justice" ; Gerrymandering (electoral geometry) ; The different functions of proportional systems; Practical application ; recent trends ; Assessment of past experience --
3. Parliaments as representative assemblies : John Stuart Mill's position ; Representation as integration ; The importance of party structure for the work of parliaments ; Procedure and parties ; Social composition and membership ; Professionalization ; Second chambers ; Federal representative assemblies ; The representativeness of representative assemblies: early studies --
4. Parliaments as deliberative assemblies : General problems of procedure ; Bentham's views, their influence and results ; Presiding officers: the English speaker ; The American speaker ; The chief whip ; Speech and debate ;Questions and interpellations ; Closure ; Parliamentary committees: England ; Committees in the United States ; Committees in France ; Fiscal and budgetary control in Britain ; Congressional control over expenditures ; The French finance committee ; Administrative control ; The investigatory function of representative assemblies ; Control of foreign affairs ; The problem of publicity ; A glimpse at the caucus ; The problem of consent and constraint --
5. Chief executives and cabinet systems : Political leadership: mystique and reality ; National emergencies and personal insecurity ; Growth of social problems and planning ; Policymaking and policy execution ; Chief executives versus cabinet ; Model cabinet government: Great Britain ; The cabinet subservient to parliament: France ; An ill-fated experiment: Germany ; The collegial council: Switzerland on-man rule: the American president ; Cabinet and presidential secretariat and the problem of informal advisors. 6. Responsible public administration : Growth of the professional administrative service ; Problems of recruitment and training ; Recent American developments and problems ; Responsibility and dismissal ; Five ways of enforcing administrative responsibility ; Disciplinary measures ; Promotional measures ; Fiscal measures ; Judicial measures ; Governmental versus personal liability ; Measures based upon an objective standard --
7. Political parties: outline of a general theory : Party origins and the cabinet system ; A two-party system grows out of one party ; The policy of the government as a factor in the development of parties ; Ideological and material objectives ; Material interests and integration ; Parties secure power for their leaders ; Party organization and finance ; A general theory of party? ; Parties and factions ; Some recent theories of political parties ; Parties in relation to social structure ; The over-all pattern of European parties --
8. Interest groups and economic councils : The deterioration of political representation in terms of the general interest ; General interest and special interests ; American lobbies ; Chambers of commerce and similar semiofficial bodies in France, Germany, and other countries ; Central banks ; Trade unions ; The Russian revolution and the trade unions, particularly in Germany ; The German national economic council ; The fascist "corporative state" ; Interest groups in the United States today --
IV. Tensions, breakdowns, adjustments : 1. Socialization and planning : The nature of planning ; The nature of socialization ; Bureaucratization ; Socialization and planning in Great Britain ; Socialization and planning in continental western Europe : France ; Italy ; Germany. International planning --
2. Propaganda and the control of communications : Propaganda ; Opinion polls and propaganda analysis ; The beginnings of the press as an instrument of opposition, particularly in England down to the end of the eighteenth century ; Toward and "independent" press: England ; France: the press as an agent of revolution ; The problems of the American law of libel: no restraint ; The political effects of a commercialized press ; The forces behind the mass press ; A comparative survey of the nature of the modern press in certain leading countries ; The English press ; The American press ; The news agencies ; Broadcasting: new medium of political influence ; The American systems of broadcasting ; Federal regulation ; Educational broadcasting ; Political television and the great debates ; Press and propaganda in wartime ; Governmental control and censorship --
3. Direct popular action : Rousseau's objections to elected representatives ; The Napoleonic plebiscites ; The referendum and initiative: Switzerland ; The referendum in the United States ; Direct popular action and the general problem of representation ; Plebiscites before the first world war ; Plebiscites after 1918 ; Postwar constitutional referendums in Europe. 4. Constitutional dictatorship and emergency powers : The commissioner ; The (Roman) constitutional dictatorship contrasted with the commissioner ; Martial rule ; State of siege ; Legislative emergency powers ; Executive emergency powers ; Modern constitutional limitations inadequate : The appointment of a dictator ; The determination of an emergency ; The precise time limits. The legitimate objective: the defense of the constitution itself ; Explanation of inadequacy ; The pattern of transition from constitutional to unconstitutional dictatorship ; Military government ; Experience prior to the second world war ; Military government and democratization ; Military government and the rule of law ; Military government as constitutional dictatorship --
5. Constitutionalism in emergent nations : Legitimacy ; Suitability of constitutional democracy ; Legitimate succession ; Military force ; The case of Puerto Rico ; Development politics ; A model sketched ; A glimpse of the future.
Series Title: Blaisdell book in political science.
Other Titles: Constitutional government and politics
Responsibility: [by] Carl J. Friedrich.

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