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JK216 .T7193 D45 2014 [Info] Tocqueville and Democracy in the Internet Age (Ann Arbor: Open Humanities Press, 2014), by Christopher Jon Delogu (HTML and PDF with commentary at Open Humanities Press)
JK216 .T7193 S33 [Info] The Making of Tocqueville's Democracy in America (second edition; Indianapolis: Liberty Fund, 2000), by James T. Schleifer, contrib. by George Wilson Pierson (multiple formats at
JK216 .W667 [Info] A Remedy for the Defects of the Constitution, by Andrew Jackson Wilcox (page images at MOA)
JK246 .B88 [Info] The American Republic: Its Constitution, Tendencies, and Destiny, by Orestes Augustus Brownson
JK246 .D46 1879 [Info] A Plea for the Introduction of Responsible Government and the Representation of Capital Into the United States as Safeguards Against Communism and Disunion (Springfield, IL: Printed for the author by J. C. Hughes, 1879), by Van Buren Denslow (multiple formats at
JK246 .D62 [Info] A National Constitution: The Only Road to National Peace, by William Giles Dix (page images at MOA)
JK246 .M92 [Info] Four Questions for the People, at the Presidential Election, by John Lothrop Motley (page images at MOA)
JK246 .S7 [Info] A Letter to Grover Cleveland on His False Inaugural Address, the Usurpations and Crimes of Lawmakers and Judges, and the Consequent Poverty, Ignorance, and Servitude of the People, by Lysander Spooner (HTML at
JK251 .A36 1869 [Info] Alden's Citizen's Manual: A Text-Book on Government, For Common Schools, by Joseph Alden (page images at MOA)
JK251 .F54 [Info] Civil Government in the United States, Considered With Some Reference to its Origins, by John Fiske (Gutenberg text)
JK251 .H322 [Info] This Country of Ours (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1903), by Benjamin Harrison (multiple formats at
JK251 .M13 [Info] Studies in Civics (revised to 1897), by J. T. McCleary (Gutenberg text)
JK261 .N6 [Info] Undermining the Constitution: A History of Lawless Government, by Thomas James Norton (HTML at
JK268 .B4 [Info] The Constitution of the United States: A Brief Study of the Genesis, Formulation and Political Philosophy of the Constitution of the United States, by James M. Beck (Gutenberg text)
JK268 .B84 [Info] Recent Changes in American Constitutional Theory (1923), by John W. Burgess (HTML at
JK271 .A48 [Info] This Constitution of Ours (New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, c1940), by Florence Ellinwood Allen (page images at HathiTrust)
JK271 .A76 2004 [Info] About America: How the United States is Governed (Washington: U.S. Department of State, Bureau of International Information Programs, c2004), by Paul A. Arnold (PDF at
JK271 .B56 [Info] Betts-Roosevelt Letters: A Spirited and Illuminating Discussion on a Pure Democracy, Direct Nominations, the Initiative, the Referendum and the Recall and the New York State Court of Appeals' Decision in the Workmen's Compensation Case (Lyons, NY: Lyons Republican Co., 1912), by Charles H. Betts, contrib. by Theodore Roosevelt (multiple formats at
JK271 .C15 [Info] The Worker Looks at Government (New York: International Publishers, c1927), by Arthur W. Calhoun (page images at HathiTrust)
JK271 .F39 1996 [Info] Issues '96: The Candidate's Briefing Book (archived; PDF links might not work), by Heritage Foundation (Washington, D.C.), ed. by Stuart M. Butler and Kim R. Holmes (HTML at Wayback Machine)
JK271 .H4 [Info] Dynamic Americanism (Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill co., c1920), by Arnold Bennett Hall (HTML and page images at Indiana)
JK271 .M2 [Info] The Wisconsin Idea, by Charles McCarthy (illustrated HTML at Wisconsin)
JK271 .M41 [Info] Guiding Principles for American Voters: An Introduction to the Study of Elementary Americanism (Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill Co., 1920), by Augustus Lynch Mason (multiple formats at Indiana)
JK271 .W6 [Info] The New Freedom: A Call for the Emancipation of the Generous Energies of a People, by Woodrow Wilson (Gutenberg text)
JK273 .A3 [Info] "'Tis Sixty Years Since": Address of Charles Francis Adams, Founders Day, January 16, 1913, by Charles Francis Adams (Gutenberg text)

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