THE
UPSILONIAN

Vol. XIII
Summer 2001

COPYRIGHT 1994, 2002 by the Cumberland College Department of History and Political Science. All Rights Reserved.

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ARTICLES:

Madison and Jefferson's Strict Construction Versus Hamilton's Implied Powers: A Study of Constitutional Interpretation Aaron Nathaniel Coleman
Shelters or Evacuation?: A Critical Problem of the Federal Civil Defense Administration Sara Baker
Thomas Paine's The Age of Reason: Motivations and Reactions Ranson Harold Smith
 

AUTHORS:

Aaron Nathaniel Coleman Aaron Nathaniel Coleman is a 2001 graduate of Cumberland College with a major in history. He is a native of Inez, Kentucky and has served as President of the Student Government Association for the past two years and as President of the Upsilon-Upsilon Chapter for the past three semesters. The original draft of his paper was written for the Issues in History course, a senior capstone course at Cumberland College.
Sara Baker Sara Baker is a 2001 graduate of Cumberland College with majors in both history and political science. She is a native of Corbin, Kentucky. The paper contained in the journal is a part of a Presidential Scholar Research Project. She was named a Presidential Scholar at graduation.
Ranson Harold Smith Ranson Harold Smith is a 2001 graduate of Cumberland College with a major in history. He is a native of Oneida, Tennessee and a transfer from Roane State Community College. The original draft of this paper was written for the Issues in History course, a senior capstone course at Cumberland College.

COMMENTS:

Comments from the Editor Sara Baker
Comments from the Advisor Eric L. Wake
Comments from the President Jeremiah R. Taylor

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS:

Student Editor
Sara Baker

Board of Advisors

Bruce Hicks, Ph.D., Chairman of the Board of Advisors and Associate
Professor of Political Science
Oline Carmical, Ph.D., Professor of History
Melody Nazworth, student member of Upsilon-Upsilon
Al Pilant, Ph.D., Associate Professor of History
John Powell, Ph.D., Associate Professor of History
Brian Vanhook, student member of Upsilon-Upsilon