Bridal Greetings: A Marriage Gift - A reprint of an 1852 etiquette guide in which the mutual duties of husband and wife, advice for their marital relationship and domestic management are described and explained. by Rev. Daniel Wise. "Marriage is the mother of the world, and preserves kingdoms, and fills cities, and churches, and heaven itself." Contents include: Cautions, Avoiding First Quarrel, Religion, Relationships with Relatives and Friends, Home and Its Arrangements, Making Home Happy, Conformity to Circumstances, and Dealing with Domestic Servants.
This volume is a very interesting research project that includes the most careful work on constitutional power and limits to authority of which I am aware. In general, the contributors find that constitutional negotiations normally took place in settings where uncertainty was considerable. They also find that the more detailed the characterization of power relationships, the more liberal and durable the democracy tends to be. Roger D. Congleton
This book addresses the issue of the impact of uncertainty in constitutional design. To what extent do constitution drafters and adopters make their decisions behind a veil of ignorance? More fundamentally, can we infer from constitutional texts the degree of uncertainty faced by constitution drafters and adopters? After an introduction (chapter 1), the book proceeds in two parts. The first part (chapters 2 to 4) introduces to the intellectual filiation of the project and to its theoretical and methodological foundations. The second part (chapters 5 to 13) presents nine case studies built on the same structure: historical account of the making of the Constitution, results of the content analysis of the constitutional text, and discussion of specific issues raised in the analysis. Chapter 14 concludes.
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