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Adams, Randolph G. (ed.), Selected Political Essays of James Wilson ( New York, 1930).

Beard, Charles, An Economic Interpretation of the Constitution ( New York, 1959).

Borden, Morton, The Federalism of James A. Bayard ( New York, 1955).

Brock, R. A. (ed.), The History of the Virginia Federal Convention of 1788, ... By Hugh B. Grigsby ( Richmond, 1890-91), 2 vols.

Brown, Robert E., Charles Beard and the Constitution ( Princeton, 1956).

Brunhouse, Robert L., The Counter-Revolution in Pennsylvania, 1776-1790 ( Harrisburg, 1942).

Cooke, Jacob E., "Alexander Hamilton's Authorship of the 'Caesar' Letters," The William and Mary Quarterly ( 1960).

Cooke, Jacob E. (ed.), The Federalist ( Middletown, Connecticut, 1961).

Crowl, Philip A., Maryland During and After the Revolution ( Baltimore, 1943).

Dunbar, Louise B., A Study of "Monarchical" Tendencies in the United States from 1776 to 1801 ( Urbana, 1922).

Earle, Edward M. (ed.), The Federalist ( New York, 1937).

Elliot, Jonathan (ed.), The Debates in the Several State Conventions on the Adoption of the Federal Constitution. . . . ( Philadelphia, 1876), 5 vols.

Ford, Paul L. (ed.), Essays on the Constitution of the United States (Brooklyn, 1892).

Ford, Paul L. (ed.), Pamphlets on the Constitution of the United States (Brooklyn, 1888).

Harding, Samuel B., The Contest Over the Ratification of the Federal Constitution in the State of Massachusetts ( New York, 1896).

Hofstadter, Richard, The American Political Tradition ( New York, 1957).

Jameson, J. Franklin (ed.), Essays on the Constitutional History of the United States ( Boston, 1889).

Jensen, Merrill, The Articles of Confederation ( Madison, 1940).

Jensen, Merill, The New Nation ( New York, 1950).

Kenyon, Cecilia M., "Men of Little Faith: The Anti-Federalists on the Nature of Representative Government," The William and Mary Quarterly ( 1955).

Main, Jackson T., The Antifederalists (Chapel Hill, 1961).

Main, Jackson T., "Sections and Politics in Virginia, 1781-1787," The William and Mary Quarterly ( 1955).

Mason, Alpheus T., "The Federalist--A Split Personality," The American Historical Review ( 1952).

McDonald, Forrest, We the People ( Chicago, 1958).

McLaughlin, Andrew C., The Confederation and the Constitution ( New York, 1905).

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