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The Jeffersonian crisis; courts and politics in the young Republic

Author: Richard E Ellis
Publisher: New York, Oxford University Press, 1971.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Ellis, Richard E.
Jeffersonian crisis.
New York, Oxford University Press, 1971
(OCoLC)576046187
Named Person: Thomas Jefferson
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard E Ellis
OCLC Number: 135055
Description: xii, 377 pages 22 cm
Contents: An unsettled problem: the judiciary and the American Revolution, 1776-1801 --
pt. 1. Politics and the judiciary under Jefferson. The Jeffersonians in power ; The repeal of the Judiciary Act of 1801 ; Judicial review ; Impeachments ; Republican divisions ; Chase's acquittal --
pt. 2. The struggle over judicial reform in the states. Post-revolutionary attitudes toward the legal profession ; Radicals vs. moderates in Kentucky, 1791-1796 ; Judicial reform in Kentucky, 1796-1802 ; Courts and politics in Pennsylvania, 1799-1805 ; Constitutional and judicial reform in Pennsylvania, 1805-1808 ; The debate over judicial reform in Massachusetts, 1799-1806 ; The politics of judicial reform in Massachusetts, 1803-1808 --
pt. 3. Towards a redefinition of Jeffersonian democracy. The Jeffersonians and the judiciary ; Law and society in Jeffersonian America ; The meaning of the Jeffersonian ascendancy.
Responsibility: [by] Richard E. Ellis.

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