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Tables of Contents for Controlling the State
Chapter/Section Title
Page #
Page Count
Preface
vii
 
Introduction
1
18
The Doctrine of Sovereignty
19
41
The Classical Doctrine of Sovereignty
19
10
The People as Sovereign
29
7
Parliament as Sovereign
36
17
Critics of Sovereignty
53
7
Athenian Democracy
60
26
Constitutional Development
63
3
The Athenian Political System
66
9
The Theory of the Athenian Constitution
75
5
The Doctrine of Mixed Government
80
4
The Constitutional Totalitarianism of Sparta
84
2
The Roman Republic
86
30
The Development of the Republic, and Its Fall
87
9
The Political System of the Republic
96
11
Theoretical Interpretation of the Republic System
107
9
Countervailance Theory in Medieval Law, Catholic Ecclesiology, and Huguenot Political Theory
116
13
Canon Lam and Roman Law
116
2
Catholic Ecclesiology and the Conciliar Movement
118
3
The Huguenot Political Theorists
121
8
The Republic of Venice
129
37
Venice and Europe
129
8
The Venetian System of Government
137
7
Venetian Constitutionalism
144
5
Church and State
149
6
The Myth of Venice
155
7
Venice, Mixed Government, and Jean Bodin
162
4
The Dutch Republic
166
57
The Golden Age of the Dutch Republic
166
17
The Political History of the Republic, 1566--1814
183
11
The Republican Political System
194
14
Dutch Political Theory
208
15
The Development of Constitutional Government and Countervailance Theory in Seventeenth-Century England
223
61
Religious Toleration and Civic Freedom
228
4
The Roles of Parliament
232
5
``Mixed Government'' and the Countervailance Model
237
1
The Early Stuart Era
238
26
From the Civil War to the Revolution of 1688
264
5
The Provenance of English Countervailance Theory
269
7
The Eighteenth Century, and Montesquieu
276
8
American Constitutionalism
284
43
The Political Theory of the American Revolution
285
9
The State Constitutions
294
5
The National Constitution
299
18
The Bill of Rights and the Judiciary
317
5
A Note on Provenance
322
5
Modern Britain
327
31
Archaic Remnants: The Monarchy and the House of Lords
332
2
The House of Commons and the Cabinet
334
9
The Bureaucracy
343
5
The Judiciary
348
6
Unofficial Political Institutions: Pressure Groups
354
4
Epilogue
358
5
References
363
24
Index
387