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Brimming with human interest, insights, and information every student of American history will prize, this ...
Brimming with human interest, insights, and information every student of American history will prize, this volume -- one of the most controversial books of its time -- continues to prompt new perceptions of the supreme law of the land.
|Introduction to the Transaction Edition|
|Introduction to the 1935 Edition|
|I||Historical Interpretation in the United States||1|
|II||A Survey of Economic Interests in 1787||19|
|III||The Movement for the Constitution||52|
|IV||Property Safeguards in the Election of Delegates||64|
|V||The Economic Interests of the Members of the Convention||73|
|VI||The Constitution as an Economic Document||152|
|VII||The Political Doctrines of the Members of the Convention||189|
|VIII||The Process of Ratification||217|
|IX||The Popular Vote on the Constitution||289|
|X||The Economics of the Vote on the Constitution||253|
|XI||The Economic Conflict over Ratification as Viewed by Contemporaries||292|
Posted March 23, 2010
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