THE ANTI-FEDERALIST PAPERS AND THE CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION DEBATES
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Collects the writings and ideas of such statesmen as Patrick Henry and John DeWitt who (after the American Revolution) opposed the formation of a strong central government, and who saw in the proposed Constitution threats to the rights and liberties recently won from England.
Featuring the complete texts of the Anti-Federalist papers and the Constitutional Convention debates, the book’s opinions represent an important tradition in the development of American political thought and government. This book also contains commentaries, an Index of Ideas, and cross-references to The Federalist Papers. .
This title is part of the series: THE FEDERALIST PAPERS/THE ANTI-FEDERALIST PAPERS AND THE CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION DEBATES