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  • Author:
    David Siemers
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    0742522601
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    978-0742522602
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    Rowman & Littlefield Publishers (July 21, 2003)
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    304 pages
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The Antifederalists book. David J. Siemers's carefully selected works and clear explanations bring out the variety among Antifederalists and the chronological development of the ratification fight.

The Antifederalists book. The result is a fuller portrait of the Antifederalists, ideal for students, historians, and everyone interested in America's founding period.

David J. Siemers's carefully selected works and clear explanations bring out the variety among Antifederalists and the chronological development of the ratification fight

David J. In 1787, a great debate raged in America over whether or not to ratify the newly-proposed Constitution. Arguing against ratification were such patriotic luminaries as Samuel Adams, Patrick Henry, and George Clinton.

Siemers, David, The Antifederalists: Men of Great Faith and Forbearance (Lanham, M. 2003). Kenyon, Cecelia . "Men of Little Faith: The Anti-Federalists on the Nature of Representative Government," William and Mary Quarterly, 12 (1955), 3-43

Siemers, David, The Antifederalists: Men of Great Faith and Forbearance (Lanham, M. Ratifying the Republic: Antifederalists and Federalist in Constitutional Time (Stanford, 2004). Storing, Herbert, What the Antifederalists Were For (Chicago, 1981). "Men of Little Faith: The Anti-Federalists on the Nature of Representative Government," William and Mary Quarterly, 12 (1955), 3-43. Lienesch, Michael, "In Defense of the Antifederalists," History of Political Thought, 4 (1983), 65-87.

Siemers has amassed a great deal of information and has made a. .This book also settles the question of what actually happened to Anti-Federalists after ratification. David Siemers's Ratifying the Republic is arresting history

Siemers has amassed a great deal of information and has made a contribution to our understanding of early party formation. The author makes a compelling case that Anti-Federalism was essential to the creation of a loyal opposition tradition within American political and constitutional life. David Siemers's Ratifying the Republic is arresting history. Siemers describes the hopes and fears of the Federalists and Anti-Federalists as they struggled to design and shape the Constitution.

The Antifederalists: Men of Great Faith and Forbearance couples a wide variety of Antifederalist documents . Men of Great Faith and Forbearance. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.

Men of Little Faith: The Anti-federalists on the Nature of Representative Government. Antifederalists: Men of Great Faith and Forbearance. Lahnam, MD: Rowman and Littlefield. The William and Mary Quarterly, 12(1), 3–43. CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

Siemers, David J. 2003. The Antifederalists: Men of Great Faith and Forbearance. Winner of the 2005 J. David Greenstone Book Award from the Politics and History section of the American Political Science Association. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield. Protecting Soldiers and Mothers: The Political Origins of Social Policy in the United States. Winner of the 2005 Ralph J. Bunche Award of the American Political Science Association Winner of the 2005 .

Library of Congress Control Number: 2003004360. Personal Name: Siemers, David J. Publication, Distribution, etc. International Standard Book Number (ISBN): 0742522598 (alk. paper). International Standard Book Number (ISBN): 0742522601 (pbk. : alk. Publication, Distribution, et. Lanham, M.Rowman & Littlefield, (c)2003. Physical Description: xv, 285 p. ;, 23 cm. Bibliography, etc. Note

Finally, David J. Siemers claims they are Men of Great Faith and Forbearance. The Antifederalists vowed to work for change from within the system. Siemers is correct about the non-radical disposition.

Finally, David J. Relevant but Incoherent. Herbert Storing shifts the issue from faith to reason and thus invites us to judge whether or not the Antifederalists warnings about the potentiality of the Constitution make sense. Storing argues that the Antifederalists are relevant, but incoherent. Siemers, The Antifederalists: men of great faith and forbearance (Lanham, M. Rowman & Littlefield, 2003). John W. Dean, "The Telling Tale of the Twenty-Seventh Amendment: A Sleeping Amendment Concerning Congressional Compensation Is Later Revived," September 27, 2002 (at FindLaw). Images: Portrait etching of James Madison and detail of broadside, printed by Bennett Wheeler, Providence, .

In 1787, a great debate raged in America over whether or not to ratify the newly-proposed Constitution. Arguing against ratification were such patriotic luminaries as Samuel Adams, Patrick Henry, and George Clinton. Known as Anti-Federalists, they opposed the Constitution on the grounds that it consolidated too much power in the hands of a central governing -body-something the nation had just fought a war to escape. The Antifederalists: Men of Great Faith and Forbearance couples a wide variety of Antifederalist documents with insightful commentary to provide the first truly representative and up-to-date work on this important political group. David J. Siemers's carefully selected works and clear explanations bring out the variety among Antifederalists and the chronological development of the ratification fight. The result is a fuller portrait of the Antifederalists, ideal for students, historians, and everyone interested in America's founding period.