An economic interpretation of the Constitution of the United States

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Macmillan, 1972 - United States - 330 pages
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User Review  - encephalical - LibraryThing

Fascinating deconstruction of the motivations of the delegates to the Constitutional Convention. Beard carries his thesis that the US Constitution did not originate out of high-minded, disinterested ... Read full review

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This is a classic text but now seriously criticized, rightfully so, for its limited view that the Founders were more simply interested in their own financial advantage in the drafting of the ... Read full review


OHAPTXB PAOl I Historical Interpretation in the United States 1
A Survey op Economic Interests in 1787
The Movement for the Constitution 52

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