Written between 1843 and 1848, A Disquisition on Government addresses such issues as states' rights and slavery and articulates the doctrine of the concurrent majority, today a central tenet of American political thought.
Cosa ne pensano gli iscritti
- No to Statism
John Calhoun seems to have had a pretty good grasp of political concepts and political history. Yet, at the end of this book, just as he was beginning to segue into a description of America's form of government; the book abruptly ended.
Mel Foster's affecting of a "southern accent" while reading this book was for me, very distracting.
- F. X. Guldi
By Calhoun not about Calhoun
I still want to learn more about him and his impact on the early republic. this wasn't much help.