A Great Refusal

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whether the delegates would approventhe Constitution, Willie Jones, havingncounted the house, moved the question.nIn doing so he observed that delegatesnwere certain to be familiar with the issuesnand the text of the Constitution,nhaving had many months to considerntheir opinion on these subjects. Federalistsnraised an immediate hue and crynthat such . . .

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