Canadian Founding : John Locke and Parliament.

A new interpretation of confederation contends that the founding fathers were John Locke's disciples - champions of universal human rights and popular sovereignty. Winner - John T. Saywell Prize for Canadian Constitutional Legal History (2009).

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Author / Creator: Ajzenstat, Janet.
Format: eBook Electronic
Language:English
Edition:1st ed.
Imprint: Montreal : McGill-Queen's University Press, 2007.
Series:McGill-Queen's Studies in the History of Ideas Ser.
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Summary:A new interpretation of confederation contends that the founding fathers were John Locke's disciples - champions of universal human rights and popular sovereignty. Winner - John T. Saywell Prize for Canadian Constitutional Legal History (2009).
A new interpretation of confederation contends that the founding fathers were John Locke's disciples - champions of universal human rights and popular sovereignty. Winner - John T. Saywell Prize for Canadian Constitutional Legal History (2009)
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Physical Description:1 online resource (216 pages)
ISBN:9780773575936
Author Notes:Ajzenstat Janet :

Janet Ajzenstat is professor emeritus, political science, McMaster University. Her most recent book on the Canadian constitution is The Once and Future Canadian Democracy: An Essay in Political Thought.Janet Ajzenstat is professor emeritus, political science, McMaster University. Her most recent book on the Canadian constitution is The Once and Future Canadian Democracy: An Essay in Political Thought.