An Economic Interpretation of the Constitution of the United States
by Charles Beard

A surprisingly pro-Federalist account of the generation and adoption of the Constitution. It demonstrates that economic interests were decisive. This is admitted in the Federalist Papers themselves and receives Beard's approval who believes that the economic motives inspired the genius of the founding fathers.

Year Read: 1975


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