The formation of the Constitution. Edited by Robert F. Jones.
Constitutional history -- United States.
United States -- Politics and government -- 1783-1789.
v, 136 p. illus. 24 cm.
An economic document for an economic end, by C. A. Beard.--An economic interpretation tested and found wanting, by R. E. Thomas.--The Constitution: a result of social and economic interests, by S. Bruchey and E. J. Ferguson.--The influence of geography and paper money, by O. G. Libby.--Capitalism versus agrarianism, by J. T. Main.--An uneasy alliance of defensive aristocrats and restless mechanics, by S. Lynd.--Youth and energy carry the day, by S. M. Elkins and E. McKitrick.--A democratic cure for the "diseases" and "defects" of democracy, by M. Diamond.--A government by and for the majority, by R. E. Brown.--Government-making by consensus, by B. F. Wright.--Government-making by caucus.--Worthy aristocrats versus licentious democrats, by G. Wood.--Guide to further reading (p. 134-136)
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