Taylor, John: A Bibliography

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Source: John Taylor, Tyranny Unmasked, ed. F.Thornton Miller (Indianapolis: Liberty Fund, 1992).

Selected Bibliography
  • Abernethy, Thomas Perkins. The South in the New Nation, 1789-1819. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1961.
  • Appleby, Joyce. Capitalist and a New Social Order: The Republican Vision of the 1790s. New York: New York University Press, 1984.
  • Banning, Lance. The Jeffersonian Persuasion: Evolution of a Party Ideology. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1978.
  • Bradford, M. E. Introduction to Arator, Being a Series of Agricultual Essays, Practical and Political, by John Taylor. Petersburg, VA: Whitworth and Yancey, 1818. Reprint, edited by M. E. Bradford. Indianapolis: Liberty Fund, 1977.
  • Cunningham, Noble E, Jr. The Jeffersonian Republicans:The Formation of Party Organization, 1789-1801. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1957.
  • Dauer, Manning J., and Hammond, Hans. “John Taylor: Democrat or Aristocrat?” The Journal of Politics 6 (1944):381-403.
  • Ellis, Richard E. “The Persistence of Antifederalism after 1789.” In Beyond Confederation: Originsof the Constitution and American National Identity, edited by Richard Beeman, Stephen Botein, and Edward C. Carter. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1987: 295-314.
  • Hill, C. William, Jr. ThePolitical Theory of John Taylor of Caroline. Cranbury, NJ: Associated University Presses, Inc., 1977.
  • Howe, Daniel Walker. “Virtue and Commerce in Jeffersonian America.” Reviews in American History 9 (1981):347-53.
  • Jordan, Daniel P. Political Leadership in Jefferson's Virginia. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1983.
  • Kenyon, Cecelia M. “Men of Little Faith: The Anti-Federalists on the Nature of Representative Government.” William andMary Quarterly. 3d ser., vol. 12 (1955):3-43.
  • Kirk, Russell. John Randolph of Roanoke: A Study in American Politics. 1951. Reprint. Indianapolis: Liberty Fund, 1978.
  • Macleod, Duncan. “The Political Economy of John Taylor of Caroline.” Journal of American Studies 14 (1980):387-405.
  • Malone, Kathryn Ruth. “The Fate of Revolutionary Republicanism in Early National Virginia.” Journalof the Early Republic 7 (1987):27-51.
  • Miller, F. Thornton. “John Marshall Versus Spencer Roane: A Reevaluation of Martin v. Hunter's Lessee.” The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 96 (1988): 297-314.
  • Miller, F. Thornton. “The Richmond Junto: The Secret All-Powerful Club—Or Myth.” The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 99 (1991):63-80.
  • Mudge, Eugene T. The Social Philosophy of John Taylor of Caroline: A Study in Jeffersonian Democracy. New York: Columbia Press, 1939.
  • Murrin, John M. “The Great Inversion, Or Court Versus Country: A Comparison of the Revolution Settlements in England (1688-1721) and America (1776-1816).” In Three British Revolutions: 1641, 1688, 1776, edited by J. G. A. Pocock. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1980.
  • Risjord, Norman K. The Old Republicans: Southern Conservatism in the Age of Jefferson. New York: Columbia University Press, 1965.
  • Shalhope, Robert E. John Taylor of Caroline: Pastoral Republican. Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 1980.
  • Simms, Henry. Life of John Taylor: The Story of a Brilliant Leader in the Early Virginia State Rights School. Richmond: William Byrd Press, 1932.
  • Taylor, John. Arator, Being a Series of Agricultural Essays, Practical and Political. Petersburg, VA: Whitworth and Yancey, 1818. Reprint, edited by M. E. Bradford. Indianapolis: Liberty Fund, 1977.
  • Taylor, John. An Argument Respecting the Constitutionality of the Carriage Tax. Richmond: Augustine Davis, 1795.
  • Taylor, John. Construction Construed, and Constitutions Vindicated. Richmond: Shepherd and Pollard, 1820.
  • Taylor, John. A Definition of Parties: Or the Political Effects of the Paper System Considered. Philadelphia: Francis Bailey, 1794.
  • Taylor, John. An Enquiry into the Principles and Tendency of Certain Public Measures. Philadelphia: Thomas Dobson, 1794.
  • Taylor, John. An Inquiry into the Principles and Policy of the Government of the United States. 1814. Reprint. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1950.
  • Taylor, John. “Letters.” In John P. Branch Historical Papers of Randolph-Macon College, edited by William E. Dodd, vol. 2 (1908):253-353.
  • Taylor, John. New Views of the Constitution of the United States. Washington: Way & Gideon, 1823.
  • Taylor, John. A Pamphet Containing a Series of Letters. Richmond: E. C. Stanard, 1809.
  • Watts, Steven. The Republic Reborn: War and the Making of Liberal America, 1790-1820. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1987.