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The ratification of the constitution 26 vols to date

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the Ratification of the Constitution , 26 vols. to date (Madison, Wis., 1976–) FP Barbara Oberg et al., eds., The Papers of Benjamin Franklin , 27 vols. to date (New Haven, Conn., 1959–) GP Richard K. Showman, ed., The Papers of General Nathaniel Greene , 7 vols. to date (Chapel Hill, N.C., 1976–) HP Harold C. Syrett and Jacob E. Cooke, eds., The Papers of Alexander Hamilton , 26 vols. (New York, 1961–79) JCC W. C. Ford et al., eds., Journals of the Continental Congress , 24 vols. (Washington, D.C., 1904–37) JER Journal of the Early Republic JP Elizabeth M. Nuxoll et al., eds. The Selected Papers of John Jay , 3 vols. to date (Charlottesville, Va., 2010–) LDC Paul H. Smith et al., eds., Letters of Delegates to Congress, 1774–1789 , 29 vols. (Washington, D.C., 1976–2000) William T. Hutchinson et al., eds., The Papers of James Madison , 20 vols. to date
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MP (Chicago and Charlottesville, Va., 1962–) PMHB The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography PRM E. James Ferguson et al., eds., The Papers of Robert Morris , 9 vols. (Pittsburgh, 1973– 99) PWCS W. W. Abbott and Dorothy Twohig, eds., The Papers of George Washington: Confederation Series (Charlottesville, Va., 1992–97) PWR W. W. Abbott, Dorothy Twohig, and Philander D. Chase, eds., The Papers of George Washington: Revolutionary War Series , 20 vols. to date (Charlottesville, Va., 1985–) RL James Morton Smith, ed., The Republic of Letters: The Correspondence Between Thomas Jefferson and James Madison, 1776–1826 , 3 vols. (New York, 1995) TJP Julian Boyd et al., eds., The Papers of Thomas Jefferson , 30 vols. to date (Princeton, N.J., 1950–) VMHB Virginia Magazine of History and Biography WMQ William and Mary Quarterly , 3rd series Works Charles Francis Adams, ed., The Works of John Adams , 10 vols. (Boston, 1950–60) WW James C. Fitzpatrick, ed., Writings of George Washington , 39 vols. (Washington, D.C., 1931–39) Persons AA Abigail Adams AH Alexander Hamilton GW George Washington JA John Adams JJ John Jay JM James Madison RM Robert Morris TJ Thomas Jefferson PREFACE: PLURIBUS TO UNUM 1. David C. Hendrickson, Peace Pact: The Lost World of the American Founding (Lawrence, Kan., 2003). 2. Edmund S. Morgan, The Birth of the Republic, 1763–89 (Chicago, 1956), is the seminal statement of the constitutional issues at stake in the 1760s. Pauline Maier, American Scripture: Making the Declaration of Independence (New York, 1997), is the standard work on the subject. 3. James D. Drake, The Nation’s Nature: How Continental Assumptions Gave Rise to the United States of America (Charlottesville, Va., 2011), is a splendid meditation on the role of space and distance in the founding era. 4. Bernard Bailyn, Ideological Origins of the American Revolution (Cambridge, Mass., 1967), is the seminal study of the conspiratorial and on occasion irrational mentality that shaped the American response to British policy during the decade before the outbreak of war in 1775.
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5. The evidence for this argument is offered in some detail in Chapters 1 3 below. Not all historians agree. Richard Morris, The Forging of the Union, 1781–1789 (New York, 1987), purports to detect an incipient national ethos in 1776 and beyond. Jack Rakove, The Beginnings of National Politics: An Interpretive History of the Continental Congress
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