The Democracy of the Constitution, and other Addresses and Essays

Henry Cabot Lodge (1850 - 1924)

Henry Cabot Lodge was a popular American Senator from Massachusetts. He did not only make a name for himself as a politician, but also as an essayist, combining his personal experience as Senator with a study of the philosophical and historical background of this profession. The essays in this volume concern the American model of democracy in particular. Published in 1915, the essays contained herein also reflect the rapid changes brought about by World War I, which will interest a wide readership. - Summary by Carolin

Genre(s): History, Political Science

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 The Public Opinion Bill, part 1 Colleen McMahon
00:21:49
Play 02 The Public Opinion Bill, part 2 Colleen McMahon
00:30:50
Play 03 The Constitution and its Makers, part 1 Michael Fassio
00:29:08
Play 04 The Constitution and its Makers, part 2 Michael Fassio
00:24:24
Play 05 The Constitution and its Makers, part 3 Michael Fassio
00:31:56
Play 06 The Compulsory Initiative and Referendum, and the Recall of Judges aniroo
00:31:28
Play 07 The Constitution and the Bill of Rights aniroo
00:36:34
Play 08 The Democracy of Abraham Lincoln, part 1 aniroo
00:29:49
Play 09 The Democracy of Abraham Lincoln, part 2 aniroo
00:37:52
Play 10 John C. Calhoun, part 1 aniroo
00:16:56
Play 11 John C. Calhoun, part 2 aniroo
00:23:07
Play 12 Thomas Brackett Reed Tori Faulder
00:30:21
Play 13 An American Myth Bill Mosley
00:32:29
Play 14 As to Anthologies aniroo
00:31:24
Play 15 The Origin of Certain Americanisms, part 1 aniroo
00:21:14
Play 16 The Origin of Certain Americanisms, part 2 aniroo
00:20:27
Play 17 Diversions of a Convalescent, part 1 Michael Fassio
00:21:12
Play 18 Diversions of a Convalescent, part 2 Michael Fassio
00:15:18