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The Bill of Rights : its origins and a user's guide in five easy parts

Author: Robert C PetersB Donald GreeneNeal ShustermanDiane Marie SmithDonald R HamAll authors
Publisher: Deerfield, Ill. : Learning Corp. of America, ©1990.
Series: American documents series
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : English
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This dramatization takes present-day students and viewers back through time to the 1787 Constitutional Convention at Philadelphia's State House. Arguments are heard on both side: Alexander Hamilton and the Federalists against a Bill of Rights, and Thomas Jefferson and the Anti-Federalists supporting a Bill of Rights.
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Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Robert C Peters; B Donald Greene; Neal Shusterman; Diane Marie Smith; Donald R Ham; Learning Corporation of America.; Advanced American Communications, Inc.
OCLC Number: 50630015
Credits: Screenplay, Neal Shusterman ; Producer, Diane Marie Smith ; Director, Donald R. Ham.
Target Audience: For junior and senior high school and college students of history, political science or government; school, college and public libraries.
Description: 1 videocassette (19 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in. + 1 guide.
Details: VHS.
Contents: Professor Rothburn's Chamber of horrors--Students learn the hard way--Jefferson & Hamilton play one on one--United Jigsaw puzzle of America--Stuff you'll probably be tested on.
Series Title: American documents series
Responsibility: Learning Corporation of America ; Advanced American Communications, Inc. ; executive producers, Robert C. Peters, B. Donald Greene ; screenplay by Neal Shusterman ; produced by Diane Marie Smith ; directed by Donald R. Ham.

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This dramatization takes present-day students and viewers back through time to the 1787 Constitutional Convention at Philadelphia's State House. Arguments are heard on both side: Alexander Hamilton and the Federalists against a Bill of Rights, and Thomas Jefferson and the Anti-Federalists supporting a Bill of Rights.

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