The Federalist Anti-Federalist Debate Over States Rights: A Primary Source Investigation
The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc, 2004. 12. 15. - 64페이지
Using primary source documents, this title provides a vibrant account of the debate between the Federalists and Anti-Federalists surrounding the ratification of the United States Constitution. It documents how the exchange between the rival sides was played out in newspaper essays and identifies the key participants of the debate. The book also provides strong background information on the struggles of the new American nation under the Articles of Confederation.
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