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📒America S Next Bill Of Rights ✍ Jeff Badyna
✏America s Next Bill Of Rights Book Summary :
📒H R 3587 The Fire Service Bill Of Rights And H R 2813 The Emergency Response Personnel Information Bill ✍ United States. Congress. House. Committee on Science, Space, and Technology. Subcommittee on Science, Research, and Technology
✏Author : United States. Congress. House. Committee on Science, Space, and Technology. Subcommittee on Science, Research, and Technology
✏Release Date : 1990
✏Pages : 198
✏ISBN : PSU:000016112957
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
✏H R 3587 the Fire Service Bill of Rights and H R 2813 the Emergency Response Personnel Information Bill Book Summary :
📒Understanding The Bill Of Rights ✍ Sally Senzell Isaacs
✏Understanding the Bill of Rights Book Summary : Examines written documents from the United States' early history that helped shape what the nation was to become as well as how it would govern itself over the next two+ centuries.
📒The Bill Of Rights In Modern America ✍ David J. Bodenhamer
✏The Bill of Rights in Modern America Book Summary : An expert guide to current debates on individual rights in America
✏Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents Book Summary :
📒The Great Rights Of Mankind ✍ Bernard Schwartz
✏The Great Rights of Mankind Book Summary : Looks at the development of the Bill of Rights, discusses English antecedents, and shows how the Bill of Rights works
📒The Bill Of Rights ✍ Syl Sobel
✏The Bill of Rights Book Summary : A history and explanation of the Bill of Rights.
📒James Madison And The Struggle For The Bill Of Rights ✍ Richard Labunski
✏James Madison and the Struggle for the Bill of Rights Book Summary : Today we hold the Constitution in such high regard that we can hardly imagine how hotly contested was its adoption. Now Richard Labunski offers a dramatic account of a time when the entire American experiment hung in the balance, only to be saved by the most unlikely of heroes--the diminutive and exceedingly shy James Madison. Here is a vividly written account of not one but several major political struggles which changed the course of American history. Labunski takes us inside the sweltering converted theater in Richmond, where for three grueling weeks, the soft-spoken Madison and the charismatic Patrick Henry fought over whether Virginia should ratify the Constitution. Madison won the day by a handful of votes, mollifying Anti-Federalist fears by promising to add a bill of rights to the Constitution. To do this, Madison would have to win a seat in the First Congress, which he did by a tiny margin, allowing him to attend the First Congress and sponsor the Bill of Rights. Packed with colorful details about life in early America, this compelling and important narrative is the first serious book about Madison written in many years. It will return this under-appreciated patriot to his rightful place among the Founding Fathers and shed new light on a key turning point in our nation's history.
📒The Bill Of Rights ✍ Carole Marsh
✏The Bill of Rights Book Summary : While the U.S. Constitution set forth the foundation of America's government, the rights of the citizens needed to be addressed. In March of 1789, the First Congress of the United States assembled and began to realize a set of Amendments to the Constitution. In September of that year, Congress proposed those Amendments to the states, and in mid-December, the states ratified the Bill of Rights. This book will walk kids through the Amendments and the trials-by-fire the Amendments faced.
📒The Scottish Invention Of America Democracy And Human Rights ✍ Alexander Leslie Klieforth
✏The Scottish Invention of America Democracy and Human Rights Book Summary : The Scottish Invention of America, Democracy and Human Rights is a history of liberty from 1300 BC to 2004 AD. The book traces the history of the philosophy and fight for freedom from the ancient Celts to the medieval Scots to the Scottish Enlightenment to the creation of America. The work contends that the roots of liberty originated in the radical political thought of the ancient Celts, the Scots' struggle for freedom, John Duns Scotus and the Scottish declaration of independence (Arbroath, 1320) that were the primary basis of the American Declaration of Independence and the modern human rights movement.