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Georgia and the Federal Constitution, Part II (In Pursuit of Dead Georgians, 11)

[NOTE: In part one, we saw that Georgia played a small, but still significant, part in the creation of the Federal Constitution of 1787, especially in the role of the state’s delegation in helping to establish the famous “Connecticut Compromise,” … Continue reading

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