Table of contents for The politics of liberty in England and revolutionary America / Lee Ward.


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Introduction: reexamining the roots of Anglo-American political thought
Part I. The Divine Right Challenge to Natural Liberty: 1. The attack on the catholic natural law
2. Calvinism and parliamentary resistance theory
3. The problem of Grotius and Hobbes
Part II. The Whig Politics of Liberty in England
4. James Tyrrell: the voice of moderate Whiggism
5. The pufendorfian movement: moderate Whig sovereignty theory
6. Algernon Sidney and the old Republicanisms
7. A new Republican England
8. Natural rights in Locke's two treatises
9. Lockean liberal constitutionalism
10. The glorious revolution and the catonic response
Part III. The Whig legacy in America
12. British constitutionalism and the challenge of empire
13. Thomas Jefferson and the radical theory of empire
14. Tom Paine and popular sovereignty
15. Revolutionary constitutionalism: laboratories of radical Whiggism
Conclusions
Notes
Bibliography.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Political science Great Britain Philosophy History 17th century, Political science Great Britain Philosophy History 18th century, Political science United States Philosophy History 17th century, Political science United States Philosophy History 18th century, United States History Revolution, 1775-1783 Causes, Liberty