A More Perfect Union

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Matthew Francis American Heritage 100, Section 48 24 October 2008 A More Perfect Union 1. Madison gives a speech in the House of Delegates requesting the power to regulate trade lie with the national government and not with the individual states separately. This is due to the complication that arises when the states cannot agree on a single policy creating different laws throughout the same nation. This is relative to what John Adams is doing because he is attempting to convince the British to create a system of free trade with America but to no prevail as the adolescent America had very little to offer England. 2. As Madison heads off to the convention, he is concerned because although he pleaded with Washington to attend the Constitutional Convention, Washington said he would not be able come, which could potentially destroy the possibility of success at the convention. Once the convention begins, Madison volunteers to be the scribe to record “the establishment of our new government.” 3.
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This note was uploaded on 10/17/2011 for the course AMERICAN H 100 taught by Professor Dr,holland during the Fall '08 term at BYU.

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