The Transformation of the American Democratic Republic: 0

The Transformation of the American Democratic Republic In this stimulating volume Stephen M Krason considers whether the Founding Fathers vision of the American democratic republic has been transformed and if so in what ways He looks to the basic princi

  • Title: The Transformation of the American Democratic Republic: 0
  • Author: Stephen M. Krason
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 224
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • In this stimulating volume, Stephen M Krason considers whether the Founding Fathers vision of the American democratic republic has been transformed and if so, in what ways He looks to the basic principles of the Founding Fathers, then discusses the changes that resulted from evolving contemporary expectations about government Referencing philosophical principles and thIn this stimulating volume, Stephen M Krason considers whether the Founding Fathers vision of the American democratic republic has been transformed and if so, in what ways He looks to the basic principles of the Founding Fathers, then discusses the changes that resulted from evolving contemporary expectations about government Referencing philosophical principles and the work of great Western thinkers, Krason then explores a variety of proposals that could forge a foundation for restoration.Acknowledging that any attempt to revive the Founders views on a democratic republic must start in the public sphere, Krason focuses on concerned citizens who are aware of the extent to which our current political structures deviate from the Founders vision and want to take action Ultimately, a democratic republic can exist, be sustained, and flourish only when there is a deep commitment to it in the minds and norms of its people.Written by a foremost authority in the field of US Constitutional law, this book will appeal to those interested in American history, society, and politics.

    One thought on “The Transformation of the American Democratic Republic: 0”

    1. The content of this book is significant, but the writing style is tedious. There are a lot of unnecessary clauses and phrases that bog down the reader. You must be very interested in the content in order to battle through the text.

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