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    • The Antifederalists' Role in the Constitutional Debates of 1787-1788 

      Collins, John J. (1973)
      Explaining the plans and ideas brought to Philadelphia in 1787 as well as answers and results of the major conflicts that delegates there were met with, will be the topic of section I. The second section touches on the ...
    • Libertarianism: Some Central Aspects 

      Den Uyl, Douglas John (1972)
      As this title indicates, this work is on some central aspects of Libertarianism. I regret that in large part this work represents my own contacts and interests regarding the Libertarian movement. I have not dealt ...
    • The Press Subpoena 

      McDonald, Mark (1973)
      This paper has attempted examinations of the role of the press in the American democracy and its existence under the terms of the First Amendment, the contentions of the members of the press and the Government regarding ...
    • Selected Aspects of Political Socialization Research 

      Van Eaton, Clifford (1972)
      A discussion of the aefinitions of political socialization used in these recent works is illustrative of the various intellectual influences at work in political socialization research and also points up the problem ...
    • Selected Studies on Alexis De Tocqueville and America 

      Ramsey, Wayne (1972)
      Alexis De Tocqueville is the protagonist and muse of this work. He wrote in a time when the lines between disciplines of sociology, political science, and philosophy were not as clearly drawn as today. But in this total ...
    • A Study of Release on Recognizance in Oakland County 

      Baron, Lawrence (1972)
      During the past several years, there has been a gradual awakening to the problems of bail. Spearheading this movement have been the various release on recognizance (ROR) programs which are designed to end reliance ...