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We the people : the economic origins of the Constitution

Author: Forrest McDonald
Publisher: Chicago : University of Chicago Press, ©1958.
Series: Publication (American History Research Center)
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Genre/Form: Constitution
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Forrest McDonald
OCLC Number: 394499
Description: xii, 436 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: PART ONE: INTRODUCTION --
1. CHARLES A. BEARD'S PIONEER INTERPRETATION OF THE MAKING OF THE CONSTITUTION --
PART TWO: THE PHILADELPHIA CONVENTION --
2. POLITICAL FACTIONS AND GEOGRAPHICAL AREAS REPRESENTED IN THE CONVENTION --
3. ECONOMIC INTERESTS OF THE ATTENDING DELEGATES --
4. ECONOMIC INTERESTS AND THE VOTES OF THE ATTENDING DELEGATES --
PART THREE: RATIFICATION --
5. IN STATES GENERALLY FAVORABLE TO THE CONSTITUTION --
6. IN STATES DIVIDED ON THE CONSTITUTION --
7. IN STATES GENERALLY OPPOSED TO THE CONSTITUTION --
PART FOUR: SIGNIFICANCE OF THE DATA --
8. A REVALUATION OF THE BEARD THESIS OF THE MAKING OF THE CONSTITUTION --
9. ECONOMIC INTEREST GROUPS AND THEIR RELATION TO THE CONSTITUTION --
10. ECONOMIC INTERPRETATION AND THE CONSTITUTION.
Series Title: Publication (American History Research Center)
Responsibility: by Forrest McDonald.

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