Ranging from the founding era to Reconstruction, from the making of the modern state to its post-New Deal limits, John Fabian Witt illuminates the legal and constitutional foundations of American nationhood through the stories of five patriots and critics. In their own way, each of these individuals came up against the power of American national institutions to shape the directions of legal change.5 (York County Geological and Historical Society, June 2003); aquot;History of the Union Baptist Churchaquot; (typescript, n.d.), Liberia ... Carolina; Manuscript Census Records, York County, South Carolina, Eighth Census of the United States, 1860, Schedule 1, p. ... 22, 1872, reel 109, RACS (Uncle Elias); aquot;Departure of Our Fall Expedition, aquot; African Repository, Dec. ... E. Smith) (Confederate troops); Lacy K. Ford Jr., Origins of Southern Radicalism: The South Carolina Upcountry, 1800- 1860, p.
|Title||:||Patriots and Cosmopolitans|
|Author||:||John Fabian Witt|
|Publisher||:||Harvard University Press - 2007|