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Republican Liberty Footnotes

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Professor M.N.S. Sellers

This article is derived from The Sacred Fire of Liberty: Republicanism, Liberalism and the Law (Macmillan and N.Y.U. Press, 1998) and reprinted with permission.

1 George Washington, The First Inaugural Speech (April 30, 1789), in GEORGE WASHINGTON: A COLLECTION 462 (W.B. Allen, ed., 1988).

2 CORNELIUS TACITUS, ANNALS, cf. HISTORIES 1.50.

3 Donato Giannotti, Libro della repubblica de Viniziani in 1 OPERE 15 (F.L. Polidori, 1850).

4 JAMES HARRINGTON, The Commonwealth of Oceana in THE POLITICAL WORKS OF JAMES HARRINGTON 161 (J.G.A. Pocock ed., 1977).

5 1 JOHN ADAMS, A DEFENCE OF THE CONSTITUTIONS OF GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 126 (1787-1788).

6 HARRINGTON, Oceana, at 161 (translating Gianotti, Repubblica de Viniziana).

7 CAMILLE DESMOULINS, HISTOIRE DES BRISSOTINS OU FRAGMENT DE L'HISTOIRE SECRÉTE DE LA REVOLUTION, in 1 OEUVRES DE CAMILLE DESMOULINS 309 (Jules Claretie ed., 1874).

8 LIVY, AB URBE CONDITA, at 2.1.9.

9 Id. at 2.7.7.

10 J. ADAMS, DEFENCE, supra note 5, at II.25.

11 Id. at III. 209-10.

12 Constitution of the United States (1787), art. IV, -+|| 4.

13 Id. art. VII.