Lecture+_18+Revised,+Fall+09 - Lecture18:TheUnitedStates

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Lecture 18: The United States  Constitution and the Beginnings of  National Politics: or, déjà vu all over again
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Independence Hall, Philadelphia
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I. Government Under the Articles,  1777-1789: Accomplishments and  Weaknesses Winning the War, Negotiating the Peace Dealing With Western Lands C. The Challenge of International Diplomacy D. Struggles with Finance and Debt E. The States as Sovereign Republics
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North America 1754
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North America, 1763
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Eastern North America, 1783
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John Jay
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II. The Constitution of 1787: A  Radical Re-vision of the Nation A. The Virginia Plan and the Rejection of  the Articles B. Taxation  and  Representation: A  Government of Citizens and a Projected  Nation, Not a League of States C. Compromise on Slavery: A Fatal Flaw? D. The Nature of the Senate: Representing  the States
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Lecture+_18+Revised,+Fall+09 - Lecture18:TheUnitedStates

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