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In a scholarly, yet accessible work, Bernstein reveals the Founding Fathers not as shining demigods but as imperfect human beings who nevertheless achieved political greatness.
R. B. Bernstein, Distinguished Adjunct Professor of Law at New York Law School, has written, edited, or co-edited nineteen books on American constitutional and legal history, including Thomas Jefferson.
Table of Contents
|Words, Images, Meanings||p. 3|
|Contexts: The History That Made the Founding Fathers||p. 12|
|Achievements and Challenges: The History the Founding Fathers Made||p. 39|
|Legacies: What History Has Made of the Founding Fathers||p. 115|
|Epilogue: The Founding Fathers, History, and Us||p. 168|
|Appendix: The Founding Fathers: A Partial List||p. 177|
|Further Reading||p. 221|
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