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September Book of the Month

Tuesday, September 7th, 2010

Toward a More Perfect Union
Edited by Joseph Bessette
AEI Press
(February 1995)

This book brings together major essays and other writings of Herbert J. Storing, written over a decade and a half between the early 1960s and his death in 1977. Many of his widely read and highly influential writings on the American founding, race relations, bureaucracy and public administration, and statesmanship have since fallen out of print, thus limiting access to this body of profound instruction on the nature and enduring importance of America’s deepest political principles.

This book is part of AEI’s Landmarks in Contemporary Political Thought series.