eBook We the People: The Story of the United States Constitution Since 1787 download
by Harold Faber,Doris Faber
Author: Harold Faber,Doris Faber
Publisher: Atheneum; 1st edition (March 1, 1987)
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Recounts the evolution of our Constitution from the Constitutional Convention in 1787 and discusses the changes that have come about in the ensuing 200 years.
A highly readable historical overview of the Constitution. Photographs, index, full text of the Constitution. The authors have a talent for explaining the complex political, legal, and social issues that shaped the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, and the 26 amendments. The chapters on the Constitutional Convention and the fight for ratification of the 18th amendment (prohibition) and the 19th (women's suffrage) have a dramatic ""you are there"" flavor. Capsule physical descriptions and revealing quotations capture the incredible cast of characters from Alexander Hamilton to Susan B. Anthony .
the story of the United States Constitution since 1787. Recounts the evolution of our Constitution from the Constitutional Convention in 1787 and discusses the changes that have come about in the ensuing 200 years. Bibliography: p. 236-237. 1st ed. by Doris Faber. Published 1987 by Scribner's in New York.
Faber, Doris, and Harold Faber. We the People: The Story of the United States Constitution Since 1787. New York: Scribner's, 1987.
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Faber, Doris, and Harold Faber. Heymsfeld, Carla . and Joan W. Lewis. George Mason, Father of the Bill of Rights. Alexandria, V. Patriotic Education Incorporated, 1991.
The Constitution of the United States is the supreme law of the United States of America. The Constitution, originally comprising seven articles, delineates the national frame of government.