Andrew C. McLaughlin

Andrew Cunningham McLaughlin (February 14, 1861 – September 24, 1947) was an American historian, known for his work on the history of the American constitution and the history of the United States. He was a distinguished professor at the University of Michigan and later at the University of Chicago. McLaughlin's scholarship focused on the development of American constitutional and political history, and he was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for History in 1936 for his book 'A Constitutional History of the United States'.


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  1. 1. A Constitutional History of the United States

    This book provides a comprehensive analysis of the United States Constitution, tracing its history and evolution from its inception to the present day. The author delves into the philosophical underpinnings and political controversies that have shaped the Constitution, examining key amendments, court decisions, and legislative actions. The work also discusses the roles and powers of the three branches of government, the balance of state and federal authority, and the ongoing debates over individual rights and liberties.