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Click to enlarge"There Ought to Be a<br>Bill of Rights":<br>North Carolina<br>Enters a New Nation

William S. Price, Jr.

Examines the Tar Heel State's pivotal role in the struggle for adoption of the first ten amendments. The text focuses on prominent North Carolinians, both Federalist and Antifederalist, involved in the Bill of Rights debate, including Martin Howard, James Iredell, Willie Jones, and Samuel Spencer.

Paperbound. Pp. 19. Illus. (1991) (t)




2546$2.00

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