An Economic Interpretation of the Constitution of the United States
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- Chapter I. Historical Interpretation in the United States.
- Chapter II. A Survey of Economic Interests in 1787.
- Chapter III. The Movement for the Constitution.
- Chapter IV. Property Safeguard in the Election of Delegates.
- Chapter V. The Economic Interests of the Members of the Convention.
- Chapter VI. The Constitution as an Economic Document.
- Chapter VII. The Political Doctrines of the Members of the Convention.
- Chapter VIII. The Process of Ratification.
- Chapter IX. The popular Vote of the Constitution.
- Chapter X. The Economics of the Vote on the Constitution.
- Chapter XI. The Economic Conflict Over Ratification As Viewed By Contemporaries.
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