“Just Sign Ze Papers Old Man”


On a cool, rainy Thursday in May, 1787, 55 men from 12 states (Rhode Island abstaining), met in Philadelphia, PA on the last day of the month to discuss the 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th resolutions of what was to be the U.S. Constitution. These clauses outlined the powers and duties, “of members of the …

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