Notes of Debates in the Federal Convention of 1787 was James Madison’s record of the daily debates held by delegates at the Philadelphia Convention, which resulted in the drafting of the current United States Constitution.
Madison’s journal describing what delegates said remains valuable to historians, as it is one of few sources of information on the proceedings in Independence Hall during the summer of 1787.
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