First secondary source citation Schultz D A Vile J R 2005 The Encyclopedia of

First secondary source citation schultz d a vile j r

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First secondary source citation Schultz, D. A., & Vile, J. R. (2005). The Encyclopedia of Civil Liberties in America . Armonk, N.Y.: Routledge. Retrieved from - com.ezproxy.snhu.edu/login.aspx?direct=true&db=nlebk&AN=978388&site=ehost- live&scope=site (Pgs 963-966) This source provides a background and outlines the author’s point of view of the U.S Constitution. This source also provides a perspective from this modern era based on facts and other sources provided. This source will provide the context needed because it will give me someone else point of view on the era in which it was drafted. Allowing the view others point of view helps me understand what discussion could have taken place. Second secondary source citation Ben Baack, Robert A. McGuire, & T. Norman Van Cott. (2009). Constitutional Agreement during the Drafting of the Constitution: A New Interpretation. The Journal of Legal Studies, 38(2), 533. - org.ezproxy.snhu.edu/10.1086/597327 The interpretation of this source on how individuals and common interests came together to create a document that would set the precedence for future generations to come. This source also allows a second perspective to the issues that led to the creation of this document. The source helps me answer my research question, which in turn allows me to gather data on the background of events that occurred, and what topics where discussed such as voting, slave trade, exports amongst others. In addition, I get a quick glance what turmoil’s they might have had or any differences of opinion.
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