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The never realized republic : political economy and republican virtue

Author: Peter Joseph O'Lalor
Publisher: [S.l.] : Booksurge, 2005.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 2nd ed., revised
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"The main body of this work explores the heritage of republican virtue upon which the nascent capitalism of the 1790's had a tremendous impact. It is not a critique of capitalism's worth, value, or benetit. It does however, inquire as to whether those advocates of capitalism, in the late eighteenth-century honored or dishonored their republican heritage." --Foreword [p. xiv].
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Peter Joseph O'Lalor
ISBN: 9780615121147 0615121144
OCLC Number: 231842869
Description: ix, 336 p. ; 22 cm.
Contents: The foundation of colonial America: Pertpetuating freedom and justice --
European heritage and civil government: The virtues of custom, law, and liberty --
Revolution, confederation and the constitution: Social progress and civil government --
The nature and form of the federal republic: Political economy and republican virtue --
The foundation of Hamilton's vision: The power of authority --
Hamilton as secretary of the treasury: The financing of his vision --
Utility and the prime end of all law: Civic excellence vs. republican virtue --
Ancient dilemmas and modern virtues: Capitalism's impact upon republican virtue.
Responsibility: Peter Joseph O' Lalor.

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"The main body of this work explores the heritage of republican virtue upon which the nascent capitalism of the 1790's had a tremendous impact. It is not a critique of capitalism's worth, value, or benetit. It does however, inquire as to whether those advocates of capitalism, in the late eighteenth-century honored or dishonored their republican heritage." --Foreword [p. xiv].

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The Never Realized Republic demonstrates European heritage and English Common-law as being the foundation of society in colonial America and then its subsequent republican society. It traces the duty and obligation of government from the Constitutions of Clarendon,...
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