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Report of thE COMMITTEE OF DETAIL, CONTINUED. -THE POW-
ERS OF CONGRESS. - THE GRAND COMPROMISES OF THE CON-
STITUTION RESPECTING COMMERCE, EXPORTS, AND THE SLAVE-
Fitness and Unfitness of a Tax on Exports.
Variety in the Exports of the United States
Impracticability of such a Tax
Restrictions on the Revenue and Commercial Powers
REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE OF DETAIL, CONTINUED. -THE RE-
MAINING POWERS OF CONGRESS. RESTRAINTS UPON CONGRESS
REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE OF DETAIL, CONTINUED.
ACY OF THE NATIONAL GOVERNMEMT.—DEFINITION AND PUN-
Meaning and Operation of the Supremacy
Its Effect on the Growth of the Country
Election of the President, why not made directly by the People
Origin of the Plan of Electors
Choice of President and Vice-President
Mode of filling the Vacancy when there is no Vice-President .
Modifications of the Mode of Election made by the Amendment 400, 401
Contingency, for which no Provision is made
Qualifications for the Presidency
Question of a Cabinet, or a Council
To give Information on the State of the Union
Intimacy of the Relations between the People of the States.
Difference between the Confederation and the Constitution
Privileges of Citizenship in all the States
REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE OF DETAIL, CONTINUED. EFFECT
OF RECORDS. - INTER-STATE PRIVILEGES. - FUGITIVES FROM
REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE OF DETAIL, CONTINUED. GUARANTY
of Republican Government and INTERNAL TRANQUILLITY.
OATH TO SUPPORT THE CONSTITUTION. - MODE OF AMEND-
MENT. - RATIFICATION AND ESTABLISHMENT OF THE CONSTI-
Purpose of the Guaranty of Republican Government.
American Sense of a "Republican" Government
Amendment a Conservative Element
Distinction between Amendment and Revolution
Settlement of the Mode of Amending the Constitution
Oath to support the Constitution .
Establishment of the Constitution provided for
Rumors about the Bishop of Osnaburg
Publication of the Constitution
GENERAL RECEPTION OF THE CONSTITUTION. HOPES OF A RE-
UNION WITH GREAT BRITAIN. - ACTION OF THE CONGRESS.
STATE OF FEELING IN MASSACHUSETTS, NEW YORK, VIRGINIA,
SOUTH CAROLINA, MARYLAND, AND NEW HAMPSHIRE. AP-
James Wilson in the Convention of Pennsylvania
His Defence of the Constitution
Convention of Massachusetts assembles
RATIFICATIONS OF DELAWARE, PENNSYLVANIA, NEW JERSEY,
GEORGIA, AND CONNECTICUT, WITHOUT OBJECTION. CLOSE
OF THE YEAR 1787.- BEGINNING OF THE YEAR 1788.- RATI-
FICATION OF MASSACHUSETTS, THE SIXTH STATE, WITH PROPO-
SITIONS OF AMENDMENT. - RATIFICATION OF MARYLAND WITH-
OUT OBJECTION. SOUTH CAROLINA, THE EIGHTH STATE,
ADOPTS, AND PROPOSES AMENDMENTS.