Episode 15: "'We the People:' Constitution Making in Philly"
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·         Yazawa, Melvin. Contested Conventions: The Struggle to Establish the Constitution and Save the Union, 1787-1789.  Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2016

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