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Constitutional chaff. Rejected suggestions of the Constitutional Convention of 1787, with explanatory argument.

Author: James MadisonWilliam PierceJames McHenryRufus KingRobert YatesAll authors
Publisher: New York, Columbia University Press, 1941.
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United States. Constitutional Convention (1787).
Constitutional chaff.
New York, Columbia University Press, 1941
(OCoLC)577109647
Online version:
United States. Constitutional Convention (1787).
Constitutional chaff.
New York, Columbia University Press, 1941
(OCoLC)632111620
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James Madison; William Pierce; James McHenry; Rufus King; Robert Yates; Jane Jacobs; United States. Constitutional Convention
OCLC Number: 684750
Notes: "The source of the notes from which this book was compiled is, Documents illustrative of the formation of the union of the American states, House documents no. 398, 69th Congress, first session."--Preface.
Appendices: A. What the authors of the Constitution thought about the power of the courts to declare laws unconstitutional.--B. What the authors of the Constitution thought about a limitation on the number of terms for the president.--C. Character sketches of the delegates to the Constitutional convention, by Major William Pierce.--D. The Constitution of the United States.
Description: 5 preliminary leaves, 197 pages 24 cm
Contents: Introduction --
Article I --
Article II --
Article III --
Article IV --
Article V --
Article VI --
Article VII --
Appendices: A. What the authors of the Constitution thought about the power of the courts to declare laws unconstitutional ; B. What the authors of the Constitution thought about a limitation on the number of terms for the president ; C. Character sketches of the delegates to the Constitutional convention / Major William Pierce ; D. The Constitution of the United States.
Responsibility: Compiled by Jane Butzner from the notes of James Madison ... Major William Pierce ... Dr. James McHenry ... Rufus King ... and the Honorable Robert Yates ...

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