UNCLE SAM UNMASKS THE MASKED
Item #: 1004050
Published: Washington; Constitution Advocates Publicity Service; 1936. Reprinted in 2015.
Subjects: CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
Published in 1936 by the Constitution Advocates Publicity Service, by Alexander Boyd Huggins Uncle Sam Unmasks the Masked is a rare title that advocates a need for six changes to the United States Constitution. This book was published during a significant time, the year Franklin D. Roosevelt was elected for a second term, and the year before Roosevelt's infamous court-packing plan where he proposed to add one justice (up to 15) for each justice over the age of 70. Uncle Sam, whom Huggins identities as "a legend" and "the Ghost of our Forefathers," appears as a symbol throughout the book whose purpose is to uncover issues within the Constitution during significant "constitutional moments" throughout United States history.
Dr. John R. Vile's new introduction to this rare title provides even more insight to the explanation of this work. Uncle Sam Unmasks the Masked is a beneficial tool for anyone looking into researching proposed changes to the United States Constitution.
|1 volume||Per Book||$85.00||Order|