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The Resource Theodore and Woodrow : how two American presidents destroyed constitutional freedom, Andrew P. Napolitano

Theodore and Woodrow : how two American presidents destroyed constitutional freedom, Andrew P. Napolitano

Label
Theodore and Woodrow : how two American presidents destroyed constitutional freedom
Title
Theodore and Woodrow
Title remainder
how two American presidents destroyed constitutional freedom
Statement of responsibility
Andrew P. Napolitano
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Argues that Presidents Roosevelt and Wilson are to blame for limiting personal liberty and creating a far-reaching federal bureaucracy, which is not at all what was intended when the United States was founded
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
323.0973
Index
index present
LC call number
JC599.U5
LC item number
N265 2012
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Label
Theodore and Woodrow : how two American presidents destroyed constitutional freedom, Andrew P. Napolitano
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
Introduction: the lives of Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson -- The bull moose: Roosevelt's new party in his own image and likeness -- Reeducation camps: compulsory education -- Quiet men with white collars: the rise of the regulatory state -- The government's printing press: the Federal Reserve -- Destruction of federalism: the Seventeenth Amendment -- The "lesser races": racism and eugenics -- Service or slavery?: conscription -- The government tries to pick winners: labor law and the regulation of the workplace -- The government's new straw man: anti-trust -- Mismanagement, waste, and hypocrisy: conservation -- A fierce attack on personal freedom: Prohibition -- "The supreme triumphs of war": Roosevelt and international relations -- A reverberation of horrors: Wilson and international relations -- Propaganda and espionage: the domestic front during the Great War -- The government's grand larceny: the birth of the federal income tax -- What have we learned from all this?
Control code
sky247462368
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xviii, 298 p.
Isbn
9781595553515
Lccn
2012015462
Label
Theodore and Woodrow : how two American presidents destroyed constitutional freedom, Andrew P. Napolitano
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
Introduction: the lives of Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson -- The bull moose: Roosevelt's new party in his own image and likeness -- Reeducation camps: compulsory education -- Quiet men with white collars: the rise of the regulatory state -- The government's printing press: the Federal Reserve -- Destruction of federalism: the Seventeenth Amendment -- The "lesser races": racism and eugenics -- Service or slavery?: conscription -- The government tries to pick winners: labor law and the regulation of the workplace -- The government's new straw man: anti-trust -- Mismanagement, waste, and hypocrisy: conservation -- A fierce attack on personal freedom: Prohibition -- "The supreme triumphs of war": Roosevelt and international relations -- A reverberation of horrors: Wilson and international relations -- Propaganda and espionage: the domestic front during the Great War -- The government's grand larceny: the birth of the federal income tax -- What have we learned from all this?
Control code
sky247462368
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xviii, 298 p.
Isbn
9781595553515
Lccn
2012015462

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