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Essay title: Decision in Philadelphia

William R. McDowell

History 322

Mr. Lantzer

May 11, 2008

Read Decision in Philadelphia the Constitutional Convention of 1787 by Christopher Collier and James Lincoln Collier. Write an essay of about 2000 words explaining why the ratification of the Constitution was such a decision. Explain, in detail, ways that this rendition differs from Middlekauff's rendition. Discuss the uniqueness of the creation of the American polity.

This essay will discuss the reasons why Christopher Collier and James Lincoln Collier, Decision in Philadelphia, calls the ratification of the Constitution a decision. It will also discuss in detail the differences between the Colliers's version and the version written by Robert Middlekauf in his book, The Glorious Cause. Lastly it will discuss the uniqueness of the creation of the American polity.

Why did Collier, Chris and James Lincoln (1987) call the ratification of the Constitution a decision? Simply put, because upon viewing all

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