- Title Pages
1Principles of Association and Combination
2Civil War, Civic Expansion The “Divine Method” of Patriotism
4The Expansible Nation-State
5“Everything but Government Submarines”
6In the Shadow of the New Deal
7The People’s Partnership
8Good Citizens of a World Power
9Combinatorial Politics and Constitutive Contradictions
- Appendix 1
Appendix 2American Soldier S-170, 1944 (survey conducted in China-Burma-India theater)
- (p.1) Introduction
- Civic Gifts
Elisabeth S. Clemens
- University of Chicago Press
Finding no sort of principle of coherence with each other in the nature and constitution of the several new republics of France, I considered what cement the legislators had provided for them from any extraneous materials.
EDMUND BURKE, Reflections on the Revolution in France, p. 191...
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