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Uncovering the Constitution's Moral Design Hardcover – October 30, 2007

ISBN-13: 978-0826217608 ISBN-10: 0826217605 Edition: 0th

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“The remarkable achievement of this [book] is that the case DeHart makes for the moral telos of the Constitution has been made now in a way that must be utterly compelling to anyone who has not closed his mind entirely to the canons of reason. This is a rare and remarkable achievement. I know of nothing else that does the work this well.”— Hadley Arkes, author of First Things

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Paul R. DeHart is Assistant Professor of Political Science at Lee University in Cleveland, Tennessee.

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