For fear of an elective king is a tightly focused and impressively researched book about the controversy over what to call the president during the opening days of the first washington administration kathleen bartoloni tuazon has examined an extraordinary array of materials on the question of titles more generally as well as on the debate . For fear of an elective king george washington and the presidential title controversy of 1789 for fear of an elective kingis kathleen bartoloni tuazons rich account of the title controversy the debate over a presidential title caught the publics avid attention as americans carefully came to terms with political leadership within . Book review for fear of an elective king george washington and the presidential title controversy of 1789 by kathleen bartoloni tuazon cornell university press 2014 the debate that erupted in the congress in the spring of 1789 as to whether the delegates should address the president as his majesty the president or his highness the president of the united states of america and . The first clash between the house of representatives and the senate occurred less than three weeks after the convening of the first congress end page 485 in april 1789 in for fear of an elective king kathleen bartoloni tuazon a visiting scholar at the first federal congress editing project chronicles the neglected but crucial title controversy. Kathleen bartoloni tuazon talked about her book for fear of an elective king george washington and the presidential title controversy of 1789when george washington was elected chief executive
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