Near Fine. No Jacket. 9.13 x 6.57 x 1.11. 1st Printing. Nice Firm Clean copy! 234 pages. John Taylor (1753-1824) was a politician and writer. He served in the Virginia House of Delegates (1779-81, 1783-85, 1796-1800) and in the United States Senate (1792-94, 1803, 1822-24). He wrote several books on politics and agriculture. He was a Jeffersonian Democrat and his works provided inspiration to the later states' rights and libertarian movements. Taylor argued that the national government was entirely a creature of the states and was subordinate to them. Taylor wrote in defense of slavery, although he admitted it was wrong.
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