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18699. American Origins and the Principle of Limited Government. This paper discusses how Americaís Founding Fathers (in the late eighteenth century) sought to create a government with sufficient power to carry out the nationís interests, yet a government in which centralized power is limited at the same time. This effort was related to the abuses of centralized power that had occurred under British imperial rule. In making its argument, the paper refers to the views of Tom Paine and James Madison, as well as the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution. TAGS: founding principles abuse of power centralization of power, American history independence movement founding fathers. MLA Style. 6 pages, 10 footnotes, 6 bibliographic sources. 1,453 words.   $42


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