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Publius 8.3 (Summer 1978): 33-44.
The Federalist on Federalism: 'Neither a National Nor a Federal Constitution, but a Composition of Both'" Yale Law Review 86.6 (May 1977): 1273-285.
– "Teaching about Politics as a Vocation." Eds. Sidney Hook et al.
The Ethics of Teaching and Scientific Research. Amherst, N.Y.: Prometheus, 1977.
– "The Teaching of Political Science as a Vocation."
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Publius 6.4 (1976): 187-93.
– "The American Idea of Equality: The View from the Founding."
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– "Two Cheers for the American Republic: Ancient Virtue and Modern Republican Decency," Lecture, Claremont Men's College, mid-1960s.