We the people : the economic origins of the Constitution / by Forrest McDonald.

; American History Research Center, Madison, Wis
Chicago : University of Chicago Press, [1958] .

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Other Authors American History Research Center, Madison, Wis.
Subjects Constitutional history -- United States.
Constitutional history.
États-Unis -- Conditions économiques.
États-Unis -- Constitution.
États-Unis -- Histoire constitutionnelle.
USA. Verfassung.
United States - Constitutional Convention - (1787)
United States.
United States. Constitutional Convention (1787)
Vorgeschichte.
Series Publication (American History Research Center)
Description xii, 436 pages ; 24 cm.
Copyright Date [1958]
©1958
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
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.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)394499
(OCoLC)ocm00394499
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities McDonald, Forrest.
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