Are we to be a nation?: the making of the Constitution

Harvard University Press, 1987 - 342 páginas
Discusses the problems with the Articles of Confederation, traces the development of the Constitution, and portrays European opinion concerning the new nation

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This latest volume on the U.S. Constitution is notable for its political, social, and intellectual background and extensive illustrative material. The first half of the volume sets the stage for the ... Ler crítica na íntegra


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R. B. Bernstein is Adjunct Professor of Law at the New York Law School and director of online operations at Heights Books, Inc. The author or editor of eighteen books on American constitutional history, including Are We to Be a Nation? and Amending America (both nominees for the Pulitzer, Bancroft,
and Parkman Prizes), he lives in Brooklyn, New York.

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