Good. 622 pages; spine creasing, edge wear, some occasional underlining. At the height of the Constitutional debates of 1787-88, a series of articles appeared in a New York journal under the pseudonym "Publius. '' Urging ratification, these 85 newspaper articles were the work of three men--Hamilton, Madison, and Jay--who tried to persuade the public that the proposed Constitution was the best means of realizing the ideals of justice. The papers were collected and published in book form by John and Archibald McLean in 1788 under the title The Federalist.
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Good++ No Jacket. Massmarket Paperback. A Collection of Essays Written in Support of the Constitution Agreed Upon Sept. 17, 1787, By the Federal Convention. Light edgewear, inside darkening. Small blacked-through area top of fep, no stamps, clean text. Introduction by Edward Mead Earle.
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