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Faith, Reason, and Consent: Legislating Morality in Early Amerian States (Law and Society Series)

Miller, Wm. G.

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ISBN 10: 1593322739 / ISBN 13: 9781593322731
Published by LFB Scholarly Publishing, New York, 2008
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Not ex-library copy. Hard cover, no jacket - condition is very good. Spine edges and cover corners bumped, tiny bit of soiling on page edges. 298 pages - the binding is tight and the text clean. Size: 8v - over 7¾" - 9¾" Tall. Bookseller Inventory # 029947

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Title: Faith, Reason, and Consent: Legislating ...

Publisher: LFB Scholarly Publishing, New York

Publication Date: 2008

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition:Very Good

Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket

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Americans commonly insist that government should not legislate morality. The early American state founders, revolutionaries known for their commitment to liberty, were equally concerned about what kind of morality both should and should not be legislated. In U.S. state constitutions and legislation, they exhibited a commitment to morality grounded primarily on the fixed principles of both natural rights and Christian theology. Scholars have often concluded that popular sovereignty emerged from the founding period as the predominant political ideal. However, the constitutional and legislative tradition reveals something quite different that the principles of natural rights and Christian theology were embraced prior to, and in actuality provided the basis for, the principle of popular sovereignty in the minds of the state founders.

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William Miller resides in Prague, Czech Republic, where he teaches at the New Anglo-American College lecturing in the field of political theory and philosophy. Dr. Miller instructs students from throughout the European Union as well as Africa and North America. The research interests of Dr. Miller include early American political thought, morality & legislation, moral formation, church-state issues, and leadership.

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