The Political Manual: Being a Complete View of the Theory and Practice of the General and State Governments of the United States, Adapted to the Use ... Academies, and Schools (Classic Reprint)
The Political Grammar (now called the Political Manual) was originally written in 1834, to supply the want of a Text-Book on the constitutional elements (or rather science) of the American Government. It was received with decided favor: and notwithstanding at least a dozen other works of a similar nature some of them prepared by able and distinguished men have since appeared, this little book still maintains its ground as the clearest, simplest, and best adapted to the purposes for which it was intended. The author would have ventured no such opinion on his own judgment. But twenty-six years of trial before the public, with uniform success, authorize this assertion.
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