The pursuit of happiness in the founding era : an intellectual history /
"Scholars have long debated the meaning of happiness, yet have tended to define it narrowly, missing its larger context. They have focused on a single intellectual tradition, most commonly the political philosophy of Locke, and on the use of the term within a single text, the Declaration of Ind...
University of Missouri Press,
|Series:||Studies in constitutional democracy
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