The Constitutional Convention of 1787: A Comprehensive Encyclopedia of America's Founding, Volumen1
ABC-CLIO, 2005 - 1009 páginas
The first encyclopedic treatment of the personalities, politics, and events involved in drafting the U.S. Constitution.
Civil liberties, the scope of authority of the three branches of government, and other constitutional matters are increasingly at the forefront of public discussion. Scholars, citizens interested in self-education, and reference librarians faced with questions about the Constitution will find in this book all they require to answer their needs.
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Appendix A Materials Prior to the Constitutional Convention
Appendix B Materials from the Convention Debates and after the Convention
Appendix C Charts
Selected List of Cases
Selected Bibliography for Schoolteachers and Students
Websites on the Constitutional Convention
About the Author