Calhoun and Popular Rule: The Political Theory of the Disquisition and Discourse

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INDEX
Abolitionism: as “immediatism,” 164
Acton, Lord: on Calhoun, 32-33, 33n71
Adams, John: as anti-romanticist, 20; mutual trust of states, 45, 46; mentioned, 38, 67
Adams, John Quincy: in Election of 1824, 66; Calhoun on, 66-68; on “pure democracy,” 67; as “divided self,” 67, 67n74; as “Patrick Henry,” 68-76; “Patrick Henry”-“Onslow” debate, 68-76; identity of “Patrick Henry,” 69; mentioned, 70, 74
Adler, Mortimer: on Declaration, 138n47, 138n48
Ahlstrom, Sydney: on New England, 3; mentioned, 3n4
Alien and Sedition Acts, 28, 38, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 49, 52, 53, 126
American Farmer: Calhoun's article in, 85, 85n22; editor praises Calhoun, 85-86n22
American Political Science Association, 1
Antifederalism: and Calhoun, 8; Lienesch on, 8, 9n16; as political theory, 8-9; George Mason and, 8-9; and ratification, 9; Storing on, 9; as “weaker argument,” 9n17
Appleby, Joyce: on “liberal republicanism,” 37, 37n5
Aquinas, St. Thomas: and Calhoun, 101, 101n60, 105, 105n74, 106n79; Summa Theologiae,101, 106n79; on habit, 105
Aristotle: shares “mean” with Calhoun, 11, 107, 107n83; on practicality, 81; Ethics,81n9; Filmer on, 97; on habit,
105; mentioned, 90, 91, 92n37, 93, 105, 105n74
Articles of Confederation: Madison on, 52; explicated, 142-45; mentioned, 128, 131, 134, 134n30, 148
Atwell, Priscilla Ann: on Calhoun and Jefferson, 38n7
Ashworth, John: on Calhoun, 32, 32n67
Augustine, St.: and Calhoun, 100, 100n57, 103, 103n67
Babbitt, Irving, 20n37
Bailyn, Bernard: on republicanism, 36, 36n3; mentioned, 10
Banning, Lance, 49n33
Baptists, 3n4
Bartlett, Irving H.: on Calhoun, 33, mentioned, 2n3, 127n7, 128, 128n11
Baskin, Daryl, 32n68, 159-60n12
Beard, Charles, 16
Becker, Carl L.: on Declaration, 80n5, 138n48
Berger, Raoul: on Tenth Amendment, 152, 152n87
Berns, Walter: on Tenth Amendment, 151, 151n86
Berthoff, Rowland: on “liberal republicanism,” 37, 37n6
Bill of Rights: mentioned, 4, 43
Blackstone, Sir William: and Tucker, 30; Commentaries,30n63
Bluffton Movement, 31, 165n25
Boyd, Julian P., 139n51
Bradford, M. E.: on republicanism, 6, 6n12; on Madison as “comic,” 49, 49n33; on British influence, 123n126;

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