August 29, 2012
Neat Stuff We Learn About the Constitution When We Go Beyond The Federalist Papers
If you want to know more about the Constitution, don’t rely exclusively—or even primarily—on the Federalist Papers.
For a good illustration of what other authors can teach us, read on.
During the 1787-90 ratification debates over the Constitution, much more than The Federalist was written to illustrate the document’s meaning.
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