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What kind of nation : Thomas Jefferson, John Marshall, and the epic struggle to create a United States

著者: James F Simon
出版商: New York : Simon & Schuster, ©2002.
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"What Kind of Nation is an account of the bitter and protracted struggle between two titans of the early republic over the power of the presidency and the independence of the judiciary. The clash between fellow Virginians (and second cousins) Thomas Jefferson and John Marshall remains the most decisive confrontation between a president and a chief justice in American history. Fought in private as well as in full  再读一些...
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Simon, James F.
What kind of nation.
New York : Simon & Schuster, c2002
(OCoLC)606677592
提及的人: Thomas Jefferson; John Marshall; Thomas Jefferson; John Marshall
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文件类型: 书, 互联网资源
所有的著者/提供者: James F Simon
ISBN: 9780684848709 0684848708
OCLC号码: 48390871
描述: 348 p. ; 23 cm.
内容: "Swindling propositions" --
"The reign of witches" --
A sense of duty --
Defending the President --
Prelude to a revolution --
"The fangs of Jefferson" --
"The least dangerous" branch --
Mr. Marbury's missing commission --
A "bungling way" to remove judges --
Treason against the United States --
Final battles.
责任: James F. Simon.
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The clash between Thomas Jefferson and John Marshall remains the most crucial confrontation between a President and a Chief Justice in our nation's history. "What Kind of Nation" is a dramatic  再读一些...

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Evan Thomas author of "Robert Kennedy: His Life" The founding of the republic, too long neglected as the fusty province of dead white males, has come back to life in the past few years. James Simon 再读一些...

 
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