A little more reading on the U.S. Constitution
The following is the list of books featured in the display case in the library's reading area. This small books display, "Learn More About the Constitution and Your Rights @ Your Library," is meant to enhance the display "Blessings of Liberty: The U.S. Constitution," which is running through October 17th. All books in the display case are available for checkout. If you wish to check out one of the books in the case, you can stop by Circulation or the Reference Desk, and we will be happy to unlock the case for you. The list (in no particular order, with library call numbers):
- Ralph Louis Ketcham, James Madison: A Biography (E342 .K46 1990).
- Noble E. Cunningham, Jefferson vs. Hamilton: Confrontations That Shaped the Nation (E310 .C86 2000).
- Bernard Bailyn, To Begin The World Anew: the Genius and Ambiguities of the American Founders (E302.1 .B16 2004).
- Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, and John Jay, The Federalist Papers (JK154 1987).
- Bruce A. Ackerman, We The People (KF4541 .A8 1993 V.1).
- Leonard Williams Levy, American Constitutional History: Selections from the Encyclopedia of the American Constitution (KF4541.A2 E53 1989).
- United States Commission on the Bicentennial of the Constitution, The Bill of Rights and Beyond, 1791-1991 (JK169 .B5 1991).
- Bill F. Chamberlin, The First Amendment Reconsidered: New Perspectives on the Meaning of Freedom of Speech and Press (KF4774.A75 F57 1982).
- Ellen Alderman and Caroline Kennedy, The Right to Privacy (KF1262 .A97 1997).