From Parchment to Power: How James Madison Used the Bill of Rights to Save the Constitution
American Enterprise Institute, 1997 - History - 213 pages
This book tells how the Bill of Rights was amended to the Constitution and explains how that addition completed the Constitution by clarifying the status of the American people.
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