Constitutional Regime Leadership in a World of States

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This was a project of Spring 2007 MITH Winnemore Digital Dissertation Fellow Michael Evans. At the time of his fellowship, Michael’s dissertation was entitled “Constitutional Regime Leadership in a World of States,” and involved the use of digital technologies to analyze the public and private writings of Jefferson, Madison, and Hamilton to better establish how their core beliefs about the nature and the causes of war and peace influenced their views on constitutional design. His final dissertation is entitled “The Republic and its Problems: Alexander Hamilton and James Madison on the 18th Century Critique of Republics,” which is available at UMD’s digital repository (DRUM).

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