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Thomas Jefferson’s Constitutional System: Bad Law; Good Economics

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Abstract

Should obscure transactions with divine entities or fictions about barbarian liberty bottom political theory? The political philosophies of Hobbes, Filmer, Locke, et al. seem untenable. And I prefer David Hume’s calm “scepticism,” leading to his empirical political theory, to Sir Edward Coke’s Whiggish myths, enshrined by Lord Macaulay.

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National Court Constitutional Theory Judicial Review Good Economic American Constitution 
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© M. L. Burstein 1993

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