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All summer long, a group of men huddled in a stifling hot room in Philadelphia (Madison almost passed out from the heat) to develop the framework for a government that would govern the newly independent states of America. There was debate, and there was arguing. There were grounds on which some delegates were immovable—Edmund Randolph, [...]
Posted by Rob Crotty on September 17, 2010, under - Constitution.
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