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 Our Charter of Liberty: Commentaries on the U.S. Constitution

 Written and Edited By Michael L. Chadwick

 Former Professional Staff Member, Subcommittee on  the U. S. Constitution,
Committee on the Judiciary, U. S. Senate and Director of the National Bicentennial Program on the U. S. Constitution, Washington, D. C.

 

Boise, Idaho: Liberty Park USA Publishing Company
P. O. Box 16184. Boise, Idaho 83715

Copyright © 2007 by Michael L. Chadwick. All rights reserved.

Copyright © 2007 of Electronic Texts by Michael L. Chadwick. All rights reserved. No part of this electronic text may be reproduced, distributed, stored in electronic databases, personal computers, search engine databases, web sites or transmitted in any form or by any means, including photocopying, recording, or other electronic or mechanical methods without the prior written permission of the publisher. Electronic fingerprints have been placed in the code and text to prevent copyright violations.

 

Table of Contents

  1. The Future of the U.S. Constitution in the 21st Century
     
  2. A Familiar Exposition of the Constitution of the United States
     
  3. A Plea for the Constitution of the United States
     
  4. The Constitution of the United States - A Critical Discussion of Its Genesis, Development and Interpretation
     
  5. Limitations on the Treaty-Making Power Under the United States Constitution
     
  6. Our Republic -The Golden Mean
     
  7. Our Changing Constitution
     
  8. Congress, the Constitution and the Supreme Court
     
  9. The Constitution Explained
     
  10. The Higher Law Background of American Constitutional Law
     
  11. The Foundations of American Constitutionalism
     
  12. The Constitution of the United States - Its Sources and Its Application
     
  13. Undermining the Constitution
     
  14. Confusion Twice Confounded - The First Amendment and the Supreme Court
     
  15. Treaties Versus the Constitution
     
  16. The Bill of Rights and What It Means Today
 

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