Vol. 29 Nbr. 3, June - June 2014
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- Beard & uber-Beard.
- Charles Beard & the English historians.
- The interpretation of constitutional history, or Charles Beard becomes a fortuneteller (with an emphasis on free expression).
- Charles Beard & progressive legal historiography.
- Using Beard to overcome Beardianism: Charles Beard's forgotten historicism and the ideas-interests dichotomy.
- Conflict, consensus & constitutional meaning: the enduring legacy of Charles Beard.
- Pulling punches: Charles Beard, the propertyless, and the founding of the United States.
- The ladies? Forget about them: a feminist perspective on the limits of originalism.
- Beard & Holmes on constitutional adjudication.
- Charles A. Beard & the Columbia School of Political Economy: revisiting the intellectual roots of the Beardian thesis.
- Rethinking the second American revolution: legal tender and national banking in the Civil War era.
- Ideas that matter: parting thoughts on Charles Beard on the 100th anniversary of An Economic Interpretation.