Ioannes Jay

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Ioannes Jay (Novi Eboraci, 12 Decembris 1745; Bedford 17 Maii 1829), unus ex Conditoribus Civitatum Foederatarum (Anglice: Founding Fathers of the United States), fuit Americanus iurisconsultus, scriptor, vir rerum civilium peritus (politician), vir reipublicae peritissimus (statesman), revolutionarius, legatus (diplomat), Summus Iudex Novi Eboraci, Gubernator Novi Eboraci, Praeses Congressus Continentalis, et primus Summus Iudex Civitatum Foederatarum. Series libellorum Federalist Papers cum Alexandro Hamilton et Iacobo Madison conscripsit. Ipse dux Factionis Foederalistae fuit gravissimus servitudinis adversarius in Novo Eboraco.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Bemis, Samuel F. 1923. Jay's Treaty: A Study in Commerce and Diplomacy. Novi Eboraci: The Macmillan Company
  • Brecher, Frank W. 2003. Securing American Independence: John Jay and the French Alliance. Securing American Independence: John Jay and the French Alliance apud www.questia.com Praeger.
  • Casto, William R. 1995. The Supreme Court in the Early Republic: The Chief Justiceships of John Jay and Oliver Ellsworth. U. of South Carolina Press.
  • Combs, Jerald. A. 1970. The Jay Treaty: Political Background of Founding Fathers. ISBN 0-520-01573-8.
  • Elkins, Stanley M., et Eric McKitrick. 1994. The Age of Federalism: The Early American Republic, 1788-1800.
  • Estes, Todd. 2002. "John Jay, the Concept of Deference, and the Transformation of Early American Political Culture." Historian 65(2):293–317. ISSN 0018-2370.
  • Ferguson, Robert A. 1999. "The Forgotten Publius: John Jay and the Aesthetics of Ratification." Early American Literature 34(3):223–240. ISSN 0012-8163.
  • Johnson, Herbert A. 2000. "John Jay and the Supreme Court." New York History 81(1):59–90. ISSN 0146-437X.
  • Kaminski, John P. 2000. "Shall We Have a King? John Jay and the Politics of Union." New York History 81(1):31–58. ISSN 0146-437X.
  • Kaminski, John P. 2002. "Honor and Interest: John Jay's Diplomacy During the Confederation." New York History 83(3):293–327. ISSN 0146-437X.
  • Kefer, Peter. 2004. Charles Brockden Brown's Revolution and the Birth of American Gothic.
  • Klein, Milton M. 2000. "John Jay and the Revolution." New York History 81(1):19–30. ISSN 0146-437X.
  • Littlefield, Daniel C. 2000. "John Jay, the Revolutionary Generation, and Slavery." New York History 81(1):91–132. ISSN 0146-437X.
  • Michael, William Henry. 1902. History of the Department of State of the United States.
  • Monaghan, Frank. 1972. John Jay: Defender of Liberty.
  • Morris, Richard B. 1965. The Peacemakers: The Great Powers and American Independence.
  • Morris, Richard B. 1973. Seven Who Shaped Our Destiny: The Founding Fathers as Revolutionaries.
  • Morris, Richard B. 1985. Witness at the Creation; Hamilton, Madison, Jay and the Constitution.
  • Morris, Richard B., ed. 1980. John Jay: The Winning of the Peace. ISBN 978-0-06-013048-0.
  • Pellew, George. 1890. John Jay. Houghton Mifflin Company.
  • Perkins, Bradford. 1955. The First Rapprochement; England and the United States: 1795–1805. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

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