In this this 1950 republished edition, Taylor discusses the political energy and change in America in 1814. Dedicating chapters to the funding, banking, whilst also giving historical insight to the founding of the government system in the America. Taylor furthermore draws light on the positive and negative implications of the United States Government in 1814.
Introduction. 1. Aristocracy. 2.The Principles Of The Policy Of The United States, And Of The English Policy. 3. The Evil Moral Principles Of The Government Of The United States. 4. Funding. 5. Banking. 6. The Good Moral Principles Of The Government Of The United States. 7. Authority. 8. The Mode Of Infusing Aristocracy Into The Policy Of The United States. 9. The Legal Policy Of The United States.
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