Constitutionalism: Ancient and Modern
Constitutionalism: Ancient and Modern explores the very roots of liberty by examining the development of modern constitutionalism from its ancient and medieval origins. Derived from a series of lectures delivered by Charles Howard McIlwain at Cornell University in the 1938–39 academic year, these lectures provide a useful introduction to the development of modern constitutional forms.
Constitutionalism: Ancient and Modern (Indianapolis: Liberty Fund, 2008).
First published in 1940 by Cornell University Press. Material from the Revised Edition copyright 1947 by Cornell University, copyright renewed 1975; it has been included by permission of the original publisher, Cornell University Press.
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Table of Contents
- Constitutionalism: Ancient and Modern
- I: Some Modern Definitions of Constitutionalism
- II: The Ancient Conception of a Constitution
- III: The Constitutionalism of Rome and Its Influence
- IV: Constitutionalism in the Middle Ages
- V: The Transition from Medieval to Modern
- VI: Modern Constitutionalism and Its Problems