High-level Contents of “Proposals for Separating Money and Politics”

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Proposals for Separating Money and Politics

The book is essentially finished. However, the publisher could change the title or the contents. In the book, I examine proposals from John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, and James Madison. And I tie them to the writings of many other great thinkers. After that, I tie all those ideas together as the basis for some proposals of my own for separating money and politics.

The high-level table of contents for the book is provided below. You can click on any of the “Part” titles below to see the detailed contents for that Part of the book. Similarly, you can click on an image (except for Parts V and VI) to open a new browser tab with info related to that image.

Introduction

Magna Carta and U.S. Constitution

Chapter 1 – An Entirely New Conversation

Part I: James Madison and American Federalism

James Madison

Chapter 2 – Federalism versus Anti-Federalism
Chapter 3 – National versus State Sovereignty
Chapter 4 – A Proposal from James Madison

Part II: John Adams and the Balance of Power

John Adams

Chapter 5 – A New Look at Federalism
Chapter 6 – The History of Mixed Government
Chapter 7 – A Proposal from John Adams

Part III: Thomas Jefferson and Tri-Federalism

Thomas Jefferson

Chapter 8 – Consolidate or Divide Power?
Chapter 9 – A Fork in the Road
Chapter 10 – A Proposal from Thomas Jefferson

Part IV: John Adams and Political Economy

John Adams

Chapter 11 – Old Societies and Old Balances
Chapter 12 – The Great American Experiment
Chapter 13 – A New Society and a New Balance
Chapter 14 – A Second Proposal from John Adams

Part V: My Proposals

The Tri-Federal System

Chapter 15 – Policy without Politics as Usual
Chapter 16 – Sovereign Citizen Bodies
Chapter 17 – The Local Community
Chapter 18 – State and Nation

Part VI: The Tri-Federal System

The Tri-Federal System

Chapter 19 – Allocating Jurisdiction
Chapter 20 – A Thought Experiment
Chapter 21 – Implementing the Tri-Federal System

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