At the time that the Constitution was up for ratification, it was anyone's guess whether a bill of rights would be a part of the new nation's government. This anthology illustrates the intellect and passion with which the founders argued their respective political views about the Bill of Rights and presents modern-day viewpoints about the use Americans have made of this precious document.
"A useful addition that brings the historical background to life."
--School Library Journal (January 2004)
Price: US $26.70