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James Madison, Executive Power, and the Question of Consistency
Unformatted Document Text:  Munoz, Vincent Phillip, “James Madison’s Principle of Religious Liberty,” American Political Science Review, 97 (2003): 17-32. Rakove, Jack N., “James Madison in Intellectual Context,” WMQ, 59 (2002): 865-868. _______________, “The Madisonian Moment,” University of Chicago Law Review, 55 (1988): 473-505. ________________, “Thinking Like a Constitution,” Journal of the Early Republic, 24 (2004): 1-26. Sheehan, Colleen A., “Madison and the French Enlightenment: The Authority of Public Opinion,” WMQ, 59 (2002): 925-957. Spencer, Mark G., “Hume and Madison on Faction,” WMQ, 59 (2002), 869-896. Yarbrough, “Representation and Republicanism: Two Views,” Publius 9 (1979), 77-98. Zuckert, Michael P., “Federalism and the Founding: Toward a Reinterpretation of the Constitutional Convention,” Review of Politics, 48 (1986): 166-210. Zvesper, John, “The Madisonian System,” Western Political Quarterly, 37 (1984): 236-256. 34

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Munoz, Vincent Phillip, “James Madison’s Principle of Religious Liberty,”
American Political Science Review, 97 (2003): 17-32.
Rakove, Jack N., “James Madison in Intellectual Context,” WMQ, 59 (2002): 865-868.
_______________, “The Madisonian Moment,” University of Chicago Law Review,
55 (1988): 473-505.
________________, “Thinking Like a Constitution,” Journal of the Early Republic,
24 (2004): 1-26.
Sheehan, Colleen A., “Madison and the French Enlightenment: The Authority of Public
Opinion,” WMQ, 59 (2002): 925-957.
Spencer, Mark G., “Hume and Madison on Faction,” WMQ, 59 (2002), 869-896.
Yarbrough, “Representation and Republicanism: Two Views,” Publius 9 (1979), 77-98.
Zuckert, Michael P., “Federalism and the Founding: Toward a Reinterpretation of the
Constitutional Convention,” Review of Politics, 48 (1986): 166-210.
Zvesper, John, “The Madisonian System,” Western Political Quarterly, 37 (1984): 236-256.
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