Puritan political ideas, 1558-1794, edited by Edmund S. Morgan.

By: Morgan, Edmund Sears [ed.]Series: The American heritage series ; 33Publication details: Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill [c1965]Description: liii, 404 p. 21 cmSubject(s): Political science -- United States -- History | United States -- Politics and government -- SourcesDDC classification: 320.0973 LOC classification: JA84.U5 | M7
Contents:
Christopher Goodman on resistance to tyrants -- Henry Bullinger on the duties of rulers and subjects -- William Perkins on callings -- William Perkins on Christian equity -- A model of Christian charity / John Winthrop -- The journal of John Winthrop -- John Winthrop on restriction of immigration -- John Winthrop on arbitrary government -- John Cotton on church and state -- John Cotton on limitation of government -- The Massachusetts body of liberties -- The bloudy tenent of persecution / Roger Williams -- The bloody tenent yet more bloody -- Letters of Roger Williams -- Provoking evils -- The people of God -- John Wise on the principles of government -- The inalienable rights of conscience -- Jonathan Mayhew on the right of revolution -- From the social ladder to the separation of powers -- Government corrupted by vice -- Ezra Stiles on the rights of the people.
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"Collateral reading": p. xlix-lii.

Christopher Goodman on resistance to tyrants -- Henry Bullinger on the duties of rulers and subjects -- William Perkins on callings -- William Perkins on Christian equity -- A model of Christian charity / John Winthrop -- The journal of John Winthrop -- John Winthrop on restriction of immigration -- John Winthrop on arbitrary government -- John Cotton on church and state -- John Cotton on limitation of government -- The Massachusetts body of liberties -- The bloudy tenent of persecution / Roger Williams -- The bloody tenent yet more bloody -- Letters of Roger Williams -- Provoking evils -- The people of God -- John Wise on the principles of government -- The inalienable rights of conscience -- Jonathan Mayhew on the right of revolution -- From the social ladder to the separation of powers -- Government corrupted by vice -- Ezra Stiles on the rights of the people.