Stephen L. Schechter is Executive Director, New York State Commission on the Bicentennial of the United States Constitution. He is on leave from Russell Sage College where he is Professor of Political Science and History. He is the editor of various publications, including Teaching About American Federal Democracy and Local History in the Classroom. Richard B. Berstein is research director of the New York State Commission on the Bicentennial of the U.S. Constitution. His books and articles on American constitutional history include Are We to Be a Nation? (with Kym S. Rice, 1987); Defending the Constitution (edited, 1987); Into the Third Century: The Congress, the Presidency, the Supreme Court (with Jerome Agel, 1989); Well Begun: Chronicles of the Early National Period (co-edited with Stephen L. Schechter, 1990); New York and the Bicentennial (co-edited with Stephen L. Schechter, 1990); and contributions to Roots of the Republic (1990).
This book analyzes the intellectual and political origins and the historiographical context of the Bill of Rights.
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