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Cycles of American political thought

Kobylka, Joseph Fiske.

Chantilly, Va. : Teaching Co., c2006.

18 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 3 course guidebooks (22 cm.).

Professor Joseph F. Kobylka, Associate Professor of Political Science, Southern Methodist University covers the history of American political thought in this course of 36 lectures.

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ISBN:

978-1-59803-263-5 (library ed. : set)

ISBN:

978-1-59803-263-5 (library ed. : set)

Author:

Kobylka, Joseph Fiske.

Title:

Cycles of American political thought [sound recording] / Joseph F. Kobylka.

Publisher:

Chantilly, Va. : Teaching Co., c2006.

Physical:

18 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 3 course guidebooks (22 cm.).

Series:

Great courses.

Notes:

Compact disc.

Notes:

"Philosophy & intellectual history"--Container.

Notes:

"Course No. 4820.".

ParticipantNote:

Joseph F. Kobylka, lecturer.

Summary:

Professor Joseph F. Kobylka, Associate Professor of Political Science, Southern Methodist University covers the history of American political thought in this course of 36 lectures.

Funding Note:

Andy Shriver Memorial Gift.

Subject:

Political science--United States--History.

AE:CorpName:

Teaching Company.

SAE:UnifrmTitle:

Great courses (Compact disc)

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    $t Title  America, the philosophical experiment.
    $g Miscellaneous information  (lecture 2)
    $t Title  Historical baggage --
    $g Miscellaneous information  (disc 2. lecture 3)
    $t Title  Theoretical baggage.
    $g Miscellaneous information  (lecture 4)
    $t Title  A Puritan beginning --
    $g Miscellaneous information  (disc 3. lecture 5)
    $t Title  Expansion and individualism.
    $g Miscellaneous information  (lecture 6)
    $t Title  The revolutionary context --
    $g Miscellaneous information  (disc 4. lecture 7)
    $t Title  The road to the Declaration of Independence.
    $g Miscellaneous information  (lecture 8)
    $t Title  A "natural" revolutionary, Thomas Paine --
    $g Miscellaneous information  (disc 5. lecture 9)
    $t Title  The unconscious dialectic of Crèvecoeur.
    $g Miscellaneous information  (lecture 10)
    $t Title  John Adams, "constitutionalist" --
    $g Miscellaneous information  (disc 6. lecture 11)
    $t Title  A political constitution.
    $g Miscellaneous information  (lecture 12. A philosophical constitution--faction)
505 ContentsNote 00  $g Miscellaneous information  (pt. 2: disc 7. lecture 13)
    $t Title  A philosophical constitution--structure.
    $g Miscellaneous information  (lecture 14)
    $t Title  A philosophical constitution--interpretation --
    $g Miscellaneous information  (disc 8)
    $t Title  lecture 15.
    $t Title  Disorganized losers, The anti-federalists --
    $g Miscellaneous information  (lecture 16)
    $t Title  The "genius" of Thomas Jefferson --
    $g Miscellaneous information  (disc 9. lecture 17)
    $t Title  Jacksonian democracy, the "people" extended.
    $g Miscellaneous information  (lecture 18)
    $t Title  Iconoclastic individualism, Thoreau --
    $g Miscellaneous information  (disc 10. lecture 19)
    $t Title  Inclusionist stirrings, Douglass and Stanton.
    $g Miscellaneous information  (lecture 20)
    $t Title  The organic socialism of Brownson --
    $g Miscellaneous information  (disc 11. lecture 21)
    $t Title  American Feudalism, the vision of Fitzhugh.
    $g Miscellaneous information  (lecture 22)
    $t Title  Constituionalizing the slave class --
    $g Miscellaneous information  (disc 12. lecture 23)
    $t Title  Lincoln's reconstitution of America.
    $g Miscellaneous information  (lecture 24)
    $t Title  Equality in the law and in practice.
505 ContentsNote 00  $g Miscellaneous information  (pt. 3: disc 13. lecture 25)
    $t Title  Social Darwinism and economic laissez-faire.
    $g Miscellaneous information  (lecture 26)
    $t Title  Looking backward, looking forward --
    $g Miscellaneous information  (disc 14. lecture 27)
    $t Title  Teddy Roosevelt and progressivism.
    $g Miscellaneous information  (lecture 28)
    $t Title  Supreme Court and laissez-faire --
    $g Miscellaneous information  (disc 15. lecture 29)
    $t Title  The women's movement and the 19th amendment.
    $g Miscellaneous information  (lecture 30)
    $t Title  Eugene V. Debs and working-class socialism --
    $g Miscellaneous information  (disc 16. lecture 31)
    $t Title  Hamiltonian means for Jeffersonian ends.
    $g Miscellaneous information  (lecture 32)
    $t Title  FDR, the New Deal, and the Supreme Court --
    $g Miscellaneous information  (disc 17. lecture 33)
    $t Title  The racial revolution
    $g Miscellaneous information  (lecture 34)
    $t Title  The new egalitarianism and freedom --
    $g Miscellaneous information  (disc 18. lecture 35)
    $t Title  The Reagan revolution.
    $g Miscellaneous information  (lecture 36)
    $t Title  Cycles of American political conversations.
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