William Paterson, Lawyer and Statesman, 1745-1806

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Chronology xi
  • Author's Note xv
  • Introduction 1
  • Part I - FORMATIVE YEARS 5
  • 1 - The Education of a Revolutionary 7
  • 2 - The Country Lawyer 21
  • Part II - THE CONSERVATIVE DILEMMA AND THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION 45
  • 3 - The Ideological Origins of the Revolution in New Jersey 48
  • 4 - The Decision to Revolt 68
  • 5 - Prosecuting the Revolution 88
  • Part III - INVENTING A NATION 113
  • 6 - Hard Money and the Dangers of Democracy 115
  • 7 - The Federal Convention, the New Jersey Plan, and the Politics of Nation Making 131
  • 8 - Federalism and the Senate 163
  • Part IV - SERVING THE PUBLIC TRUST 181
  • 9 - Paterson the Governor 183
  • The Reformer of the Laws 202
  • 11 - Parties, Politics, and the Crisis of 1798 223
  • 12 - The Nation and the Court 250
  • Conclusion 280
  • Abbreviations 286
  • Notes 287
  • Bibliographical Note 338
  • Index 343
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