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 Ratification of the Constitution Indexes | Index to Volume 14: Commentaries on the Constitution (2), 8 November – 17 December 1787 | C |  Civil Liberties

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References

242. Federal Farmer, Letters to the Republican, 8 November [Commentaries on the Constitution 14:24]

274. Publius: The Federalist 8, New York Packet, 20 November [Commentaries on the Constitution 14:143]

274. Publius: The Federalist 8, New York Packet, 20 November [Commentaries on the Constitution 14:146]

285. Publius: The Federalist 10, New York Daily Advertiser, 22 November [Commentaries on the Constitution 14:176]

285. Publius: The Federalist 10, New York Daily Advertiser, 22 November [Commentaries on the Constitution 14:179]

293–D. John Quincy Adams to William Cranch, Newburyport, 8 December [Commentaries on the Constitution 14:227]

293–D. John Quincy Adams to William Cranch, Newburyport, 8 December [Commentaries on the Constitution 14:228 n.]

304–A. James McHenry's Speech, 29 November [Commentaries on the Constitution 14:280]

304–A. James McHenry's Speech, 29 November [Commentaries on the Constitution 14:281]

326. A True Friend, Richmond, 6 December [Commentaries on the Constitution 14:373]

344. Cato VI, New York Journal, 13 December [Commentaries on the Constitution 14:432]+

Uriah Forrest to Thomas Jefferson, London, 11 December [Commentaries on the Constitution 14:475]+

Subentries

– Constitution endangers [59 references]

– are well guarded under Confederation and state constitutions [5 references]

– denial that Constitution endangers [24 references]

– endangered by standing armies [7 references]

– virtue or education is needed to preserve [4 references]

– endangered by lack of separation of powers [2 references]

– Confederation Congress cannot secure [1 reference]

– occasional rebellion preserves [4 references]

See Also

See also Bill of rights