James Madison's notes of debates in the Federal convention of 1787 and their relation to a more perfect society of nations.


New York, Oxford University Press, American branch, 1918.

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Subjects Constitution (United States)
Constitutional history -- United States -- Sources.
Constitutional history.
International cooperation.
Madison, James, 1751-1836.
United States.
United States. Constitution.
United States. Constitutional Convention (1787)
Description xviii, 149 pages frontispiece (portrait) facsimiles (some folded) 23 cm
Copyright Date 1918.
Notes "The quotations from Mr. Madison's Notes are taken in every instance from volume III of The documentary history of the Constitution."
"Bibliography of Madison's notes of debates in the Federal convention of 1787": pages xvii-xviii.
Genre Sources.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)895272
(OCoLC)ocm00895272
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WorldCat Identities Scott, James Brown, 1866-1943.
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