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DEBATE ON THE CONSTITUTION, PART ONE & PART TWO

by BAILYN, EDITOR

Condition: FINE/NO JACKET


USA: THE LIBRARY OF AMERICA, 1995. HARDCOVER. FINE/NO JACKET. The Library of America, USA, 1993, hardcover, Book 1 (7th printing), Book 2 (6th printing), fine books no jacket as issued, contained in fine book slip covers, Book 1 contains: Debates in the Press and in Private correspondence, Sept. 17, 1787 - Jan, 12, 1788; and Debates in the State Ratifying Conventions, Pennsylvania, Nov. 20 - dec. 15, 1787; Connecticut, Jan. 3-9, 1788; and Mass. Jan. 14-Feb 7, 1788. Book 2 contains: Debates in the Press and Private Correspondence, Jan. 14 - Aug. 9, 1788; and , Debates in the State Ratifying Conventions; So. Carolina, May 12-24, 1788; Virginia, June 2-27, 1788; New York, June 17- July 26, 1788; and North Carolina, July 21 - Aug. 4, 1788. Beautiful set of books, not remaindered, bookclub or library, unmarked
  • Bookseller: MySEABooks US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: L2712
  • Title: DEBATE ON THE CONSTITUTION, PART ONE & PART TWO
  • Author: BAILYN, EDITOR
  • Format/binding: HARDCOVER
  • Book condition: Used - FINE
  • Jacket condition: NO JACKET
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: THE LIBRARY OF AMERICA
  • Place: USA
  • Date published: 1995
  • Bookseller catalogs: HISTORY,EXPLORATION;

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