The Federalist on the new constitution

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Statementwritten in the year 1788, by Mr. Hamilton, Mr. Madison and Mr. Jay: with an appendix, containing the letters of Pacificus and Helvidius, on the Proclamation of neutrality of 1793; also, the original Articles of confederation, and the Constitution of the United States, with the amendments made thereto. A new ed. The numbers written by Mr. Madison corrected by himself.
ContributionsHamilton, Alexander, 1757-1804., Madison, James, 1751-1836., Jay, John, 1745-1829.
LC ClassificationsJK154 1831a
The Physical Object
Pagination542 p.
Number of Pages542
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23299440M
LC Control Number10023796

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