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Documentary History of the Ratification of the Constitution Vol 3: Ratification by the States: Delaware, N. Jersey, Georgia, Conn.

$95.00
Hardcover: $95.00
672 pages, 6 x 9"
ISBN: 978-0-87020-175-2

Published by Wisconsin Historical Society Press

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Edited by Merrill Jensen


"The most important editorial project in the nation."-Leonard W. Levy, constitutional historian

The four states in this volume, Delaware, Georgia, New Jersey, and Connecticut, varied widely in social background, in political structure, and in the issues that concerned their citizens, yet all overwhelming supported ratification of the Constitution. The sources for the history of ratification by the four states, save Connecticut, are sparse, yet the documents provided in this volume provide a foundation for a fuller understanding of the context within which the citizens ratified the Constitution.

Edited by Merrill Jensen


"The most important editorial project in the nation."-Leonard W. Levy, constitutional historian

The four states in this volume, Delaware, Georgia, New Jersey, and Connecticut, varied widely in social background, in political structure, and in the issues that concerned their citizens, yet all overwhelming supported ratification of the Constitution. The sources for the history of ratification by the four states, save Connecticut, are sparse, yet the documents provided in this volume provide a foundation for a fuller understanding of the context within which the citizens ratified the Constitution.

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