1814.074: Inquiry into Principles and Policy of Government of the United States.
Full Title: An inquiry into the principles and policy of the government of the United States. Comprising nine sections, under the following heads: I. Aristocracy. II. The principles of the policy of the United States, and of the English policy. III. The evil moral principles of the government of the United States. IV. Funding. V. Banking. VI. The good moral principles of the government of the United States. VII. Authority. VIII. The mode of infusing aristocracy into the policy of the United States. IX. The legal policy of the United States. By John Taylor, of Caroline County, Virginia.
Author: Taylor, John (1753-1824), of Caroline.
Place Issued: Fredericksburg
Issuing Press: Green & Cady
Description: 664 p. 22 cm. (8vo).
The first of Taylor's major works, the Inquiry presents his criticism of Federalists' attempts to bring English mercantile aristocracy to America, and Republicans' embrace of a system of banks and national debt that would empower and legitimize that process.
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