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To: Morgan in Denver
Why not study the Federalist Papers and other writings and be sure?

FReeper Book Club: The Debate over the Constitution
5 Oct 1787, Centinel #1
6 Oct 1787, James Wilson’s Speech at the State House
8 Oct 1787, Federal Farmer #1
9 Oct 1787, Federal Farmer #2
18 Oct 1787, Brutus #1
22 Oct 1787, John DeWitt #1
27 Oct 1787, John DeWitt #2
27 Oct 1787, Federalist #1
31 Oct 1787, Federalist #2
3 Nov 1787, Federalist #3
5 Nov 1787, John DeWitt #3

5 posted on 03/14/2010 5:59:42 PM PDT by Publius (The prudent man sees the evil and hides himself; the simple pass on and are punished.)
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To: Publius

It’s been a few years but I read them all, A to Z. Kind of hard sometimes because of the some words and meanings, but interesting. I also understand there’s an effort to rewrite them using more modern language but without losing the meaning. Not sure who, but Judge Napalitano’s name comes to mind.


8 posted on 03/14/2010 7:30:24 PM PDT by Morgan in Denver (Democrats: the law of unintended consequences in action.)
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To: Publius
By the way, all the Federalist Papers can be downloaded at the Project Gutenberg if anyone wants them all.

Project Gutenberg

9 posted on 03/14/2010 7:34:15 PM PDT by Morgan in Denver (Democrats: the law of unintended consequences in action.)
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