Pamphlets On The Constitution Of The United States Published During Its Discussion By The People 1787-1788
PAMPHLETS on the Constitution of the United States
Gerry, Elbridge. Observations on the New Constitution, and on the Federal and State Conventions. By a Columbian Patriot
Webster, Noah. An Examination into the leading principles of the Federal Constitution. By a Citizen of America
Jay, John. An Address to the People of the State of New York, on the subject of the Constitution. By a Citizen of New York
Smith, Melancthon. Address to the People of the State of New York. By a Plebeian
Webster, Pelatiah. The Weakness of Brutus exposed: or some remarks in vindication of the Constitution. By a Citizen of Philadelphia
Coxe, Tench. An Examination of the Constitution of the United States of America. By an American Citizen
 NUMBER II.
 NUMBER IV.
Wilson, James. Speech on the Federal Constitution, delivered in Philadelphia
Dickinson, John. Letters of Fabius on the Federal Constitution.
 LETTER II.
 LETTER IV.
 LETTER VI.
Hanson, Alexander Contee. Remarks on the Proposed Plan of a Federal Government. By Aristides
Randolph, Edmund. Letter on the Federal Constitution
Lee, Richard Henry. Observations of the System of Government proposed by the late Convention. By a Federal Farmer
Mason, George. Objections to the Federal Constitution
Iredell, James. Observations on George Mason’s Objections to the Federal Constitution. By Marcus
Ramsay, David. An Address to the Freemen of South Carolina on the Federal Constitution. By Civis
BIBLIOGRAPHY AND REFERENCE LIST OF THE HISTORY AND LITERATURE OF THE UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION 1787-1788.
Federal Convention—Drafts and Plans.
Federal Convention—Biographies of attending Members.
Contests in the States.
Celebrations of Ratifications.
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