- Title Pages
Part OneThe Concept of Membership in America, 1783–1815
OneFriendship, Formalities, and Membership in Post-Revolutionary America
TwoPolitics, Citizenship, and Association
ThreeA Common Law of Membership
Part TwoPractices and Limits, 1800–1840
FourEveryday Constitutionalism in a Nation of Joiners
FiveWhen Shareholders Were Members: The Business Corporation as Voluntary Association
SixDetermining the Rights of Members
Part ThreeConsequences: Civil Society in Antebellum America
SevenLabor Unions and an American Law of Membership
- The Making of Tocqueville'S America
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