The James Madison Library in American Politics
Sean Wilentz, General Editor
American politics has produced an abundance of important writing--proclaiming ideas, describing candidates, explaining the inner working of government, and analyzing the rough and tumble of election campaigns. This writing includes partisan and philosophical manifestos, pamphlets of practical political theory, muckraking exposés, autobiographies, on-the-scene reportage, and much more, Princeton University Press's James Madison Library in American Politics is devoted to honoring and reviving this tradition by reissuing both classic and now-neglected works that helped shape the American political landscape. Each title includes up-to-date commentary by writers, scholars, and political figures that makes each volume accessible to modern readers.