Most people associate passage of amendments in the 1st Congress with the dogged persistence of Rep. James Madison. But if it weren’t for the efforts of patriots like Richard Henry Lee, Samuel Adams, George Mason and John Hancock, he may never have had the opportunity. Learn the history and the foundational principles behind the debate over adding a Bill of Rights to the Constitution.
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Sept 12, 1787 – Philadelphia Convention -Committee of Revision reported a draft of the Constitution
Veto Debate – Hugh Williamson (NC) and Roger Sherman (CT)
Elbridge Gerry and George Mason proposals
Edmund Randolph to George Washington (30 Sept 1787)
Melancton Smith’s notes of the Confederation Congress (27 Sept 1787)
Richard Henry Lee to Samuel Adams (5 Oct 1787)
Massachusetts (6 Feb 1788)
Samuel Adams to Elbridge Gerry (22 Aug 1789)
Samuel Adams to Richard Henry Lee (24 Aug 1789)
Thomas Jefferson – (15 Feb 1791)
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