The Secret Constitution and the Need for Constitutional Change
Greenwood Press, 1987 - 179 sivua
As we approach the third century in the life of our republic, some observers question whether the American Constitution, established in 1787, can effectively handle an increasing number of contemporary problems. Divided into two main parts, this volume represents a radical analysis of the Constitution in relation to major conflicts of modern society.
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TOWARD A SUSTAINABLE SOCIETY
Altering the Constitutions Is Inevitable
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Alexander Hamilton alterations amendment American constitutional Articles of Confederation Barbara Tuchman basic become belief-system believe Bill of Rights called century civil civil religion concept condition confront Congress consti constitutional convention constitutional dualism constitutional order constitutionalism Corporatism course created Deal decisions democracy democratic dualism duties Earl Warren effective control elite environmental equality established example exist fact federal formal constitution framers freedom fundamental law global goal governmental groups human needs idea individual institutions interests iron triangles judicial least legislation liberty limitations live major mass media means Miller modern myth nation nation-state nature nuclear obligations operate person planet population present president principle problem Professor protection question Quoted reason religion requires rule Schmookler secret constitution social justice stitution supercorporations supra note Supreme Court sure sustainable society theory true tution United values Warren Burger Woodrow Wilson wrote