Table of contents for Woodrow Wilson and the roots of modern liberalism / Ronald J. Pestritto.

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CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION.	Wilson, the Founding, and Historical Thinking
CHAPTER 1. 	Historicism and Wilson's Critique of the Social Compact 
CHAPTER 2. 	The Modern Democratic State and the New 
Political Science 
CHAPTER 3.		Beyond the Separation of Powers: The New Constitutionalism and
			the Growth of the American National State 
CHAPTER 4.		Congress as Parliament?
CHAPTER 5.		The Presidency, the Parties, and the Judiciary 
CHAPTER 6.		Who Governs? Wilson's Leadership Doctrine and the Question of
Democracy 
CHAPTER 7.		Wilson's Science of Administration 
CONCLUSION.	1912 and Beyond

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Political science -- United States.
Democracy -- United States.
Liberalism -- United States.
Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924 -- Views on the Constitution.
Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924 -- Political and social views.