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  • Who Killed the Constitution? The Fate of American Liberty from World War I to George W. Bush 

    Gutzman, Kevin (Crown Forum, 2008-01-01)
    <p>From Amazon:</p> <p>The fact is that government officials long ago rejected the idea that the Constitution possesses a fixed meaning limiting the U.S. government’s power. Going right to the scenes of the crimes, bestselling ...
  • James Madison and the Making of America 

    Gutzman, Kevin (St. Martin's Presshttp://us.macmillan.com/jamesmadisonandthemakingofamerica/KevinGutzmanNew York, 2012-02-12)
    <p>In <em>James Madison and the Making of America,</em> historian Kevin Gutzman looks beyond the way James Madison is traditionally seen -- as "The Father of the Constitution” -- to find a more complex and sometimes ...
  • Virginia's American Revolution: From Dominion to Republic, 1776-1840 

    Gutzman, Kevin (Lexington Bookshttps://rowman.com/ISBN/9780739121320Lanham, Maryland, 2007-11-01)
    <p>Virginia's American Revolution follows the Virginia revolutionaries from their decision for independence on May 15, 1776, through the following 60 years_when the last of them finally passed from the scene. To their ...
  • Who Killed the Constitution? 

    Woods, Thomas; Gutzman, Kevin (Three Rivers Presshttp://www.randomhouse.com/book/193760/who-killed-the-constitution-by-thomas-e-woods-jr-and-kevin-r-c-gutzmanNew York, 2009-07-07)
    <p>"Woods and Gutzman (two bestselling authors in thePolitically Incorrect Guide series) appeal to both left and right in this constitutionalist jeremiad. Liberals will agree about the unconstitutionality of the draft, ...
  • Leading Man: Hollywood and the Presidential Image (The) 

    Peretti, Burton (Rutgers University Presshttp://rutgerspress.rutgers.edu/product/Leading-Man,4151.aspxPrinceton, NJ, 2012-09-01)
    <p>In <em>The Leading Man</em>, Burton W. Peretti explores the development of the cinematic presidential image. He sets the scene in chapter 1 to show us how the chief executive, beginning with George Washington, was ...
  • Politically Incorrect Guide To The Constitution 

    Gutzman, Kevin (Regnery Publishinghttp://regnery.com/books/the-politically-incorrect-guide-to-the-constitution/Washington, D.C., 2007-07-11)
    <p>In <em>The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Constitution</em>, readers will follow the Supreme Court as it uses the Constitution as a fig leaf to cover its blatant seizing of the people's right to govern themselves ...
  • The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Constitution 

    Gutzman, Kevin (Regnery Publishinghttps://cscu-wcsu-primo.hosted.exlibrisgroup.com/permalink/f/1knn87l/01CSCU_NETWORK_ALMA7187468520003451Washington, DC, 2007-01-01)
    <p>What made the Constitution : revolution and confederation Federalism vs. nationalism at the Philadelphia convention Selling the Constitution Judges : power-hungry from the beginning The imperial judiciary : it ...
  • Virginia's American Revolution : from dominion to republic, 1776-1840 

    Gutzman, Kevin (Lanham : Lexington Bookshttps://cscu-wcsu-primo.hosted.exlibrisgroup.com/permalink/f/1knn87l/01CSCU_NETWORK_ALMA7186415630003451Maryland, 2007-01-01)
    <p>Establishing a republic Implementing the Revolution, 1776-1788 The Virginia Ratification Convention of 1788 Defending Virginia's Revolution against the federalists "May all your dreams come true" "Like dust ...
  • James Madison and the Making of America 

    Gutzman, Kevin (St. Martin’s Presshttps://cscu-wcsu-primo.hosted.exlibrisgroup.com/permalink/f/gbha7l/01CSCU_NETWORK_ALMA7187152710003451New York, 2012-01-01)
    <p>This is the first full-length biography, in over a decade, of James Madison, our fourth President and icon of the conservative movement. In it, the author, a historian looks beyond Madison's traditional moniker, "The ...
  • Inverted Mirror: Mythologizing the Enemy in France and Germany, 1898-1914 (The) 

    Nolan, Michael (Berghan Bookshttp://www.berghahnbooks.com/title.php?rowtag=NolanInvertedNew York, 2004-11-01)
    <p>It is hard to imagine nowadays that, for many years, France and Germany considered each other as "arch enemies." And yet, for well over a century, these two countries waged verbal and ultimately violent wars against ...