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Constitutions " as they ought to be," framed for imaginary commonwealths, con-
trasted with Constitutions as objective facts. $ 64.
Precedents showing the extent to which a Schedule has been em-
ployed. $ 103.
The proper mode of calling a Convention, looking at the question from
the point of view of precedents. $$ 125–259.
dependent governments therein. $$ 127, 128.
General recommendation of the Congress to all the Colonies, of
May 10, 1776, to the same effect. $ 128.
Observations on this recommendation. $ 129.
Conditions and elements of the problem to be solved by our
fathers. § 130.
on the question of their legitimacy as a Constitution. $ 161.
Defects of the government of the Confederation. $ 162.
Virginia Resolutions of 1786, and the Annapolis Convention.
Recommendations of the Annapolis Convention. $ 163.
Observations on the Virginia Resolutions and on the Annapolis
recommendations. $ 164.
Action of Congress on these recommendations. Call of the sec-
ond Federal Convention. $ 165.
Character of this Convention. $ 166.
State Conventions called to ratify the Federal Constitution.
History and character of. § 167.