The Constitution Reconsidered

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AAA case ( 1936), 197
Absolutism assailed by Melville, 257
Académie de Peinture et de Sculpture, founded by Le Brun, 92
Académie des Sciences, 91, 92
Académie Française, 92
Acherley, Roger, 43, 44, 45
Acta Constitutiva ( Mexico), 358, 359, 360, 361
Acta de Guadalajara ( Mexico), 356
Acto Addicional ( Brazil) of 1834, 372, 373
Act of Mediation, Swiss, 267
Act of Settlement, English, clause providing for divorce of executive and legislative, 41
Act of the (German) Confederation, 276
Act of Union with Scotland, 319
Adams, Henry, 211
Adams, John, 46, 126n, 155; defense of balance, 39; criticism of Locke, 52; appeal from acts of parliament to monarchy, 55; influence, 57; excluded nonpropertied man from franchise, 108; opinion of the poor and of the rich, 110; quoted, 129, 227
Adams, Samuel, 53; interpretation of Locke, 54
Addison, Joseph, 39; on poverty and riches, 111
Addystone Pipe & Steel Company v. US., 320n
Adkins case, 164
Aerial Navigation ( Canada), regulation of, 325
Africa, South, see South Africa
Agreement of the People ( England), 126n, 127n, 149
Agricultural interests, influence upon political systems in the United States, in Canada, 161, 162, 299
Agricultural society of eighteenth century, attitude toward the poor, 11
águila mexicana, El, 353
Alamán, Lucas, quoted, 359, 360
Alberdi, Juan Bautista, 345
Alexander I, Czar, 267
Alfieri, Vittorio, definition of the people, 109
Allen, C. K., 23
Allgeyer v. Louisiana, 184n, 185, 186
Amendment, constitutional: provision for, in the United States, 217; in Canada, 302
Amendments to the United States Constitution, see under numbers, e.g., Fourteenth Amendment; also under Bill of Rights
America, mineral wealth, 79; democratic form of government suited to, 107; religious life in colonial, 132-41; influence of the Thirteen Colonies, 329; contrast between Latin-American and Anglo-Saxon situations, 342
America, Latin, see Latin America
American Commonwealth (Bryce), 306
American industry: and the Constitution, 79-103; progress of, bound to strengthen state and increase wealth of people, 79 f.; expectation of rapid development after removal of British restrictions, 80
American Revolution, leaders influenced by English speculative thought, 50; movement that culminated in, 55; influence of, 329
Ames, Fisher, quoted, 203
Anglicanism in American colonies, 136
Annonay, France, paper mills, 85
Anschütz, Gerhard, 289
Antonio, Dom, bishop of Pará, 378
Anzin, France, coal mining, 94
Apatzingán, Constitution of, 350
Apprentices (English), Statute of, 67, 71, 72n, 86, 87
Apprenticeship (English), seven-year, 86, 87
Argenson, M. A. d', on poverty, 109; on liberty, 114
Argentina, federal system, 341, 344ff.; unitary and federalist conflict, 344 f.; constitution, 345; influence of federal government at expense of "states rights," 345; political parties, 345, 347; federal intervention, 346; government activities, schools, 346; evolution toward unitary type of government, 347

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