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Student’s Name Professor’s Name Course Date History 310 A Letter to the Editor About the Revolution in the 18th Century Dear Editor There have been many opinions concerning the ratification of the constitution. I am of the stance similar to that of Patrick Henry that is the constitution should not have been ratified before the essential human rights had been fully addressed. In 1970s Henry advocate and support his views. John K. Thomas Political Analyst A-Z News Washington D.C. Works Cited Bills of Rights. “Patrick Henry.” 2018 www.billofrightsinstitute.org accessed on 26 Feb 2018. Kidd Thomas. “Why Did Patrick Oppose the Constitution.” 19 Mar 2017 www.theimaginativeconservative.org accessed on 26 Feb 2018. Pearson Education Inc. “Chapter 8: The New Nation 1786–1800.” 2012 clarkmhs.files.wordpress.com Swen Gretchen. “Shaping America Final Script.” 23 Feb 2001 https://gln.dcccd.edu/asx/sa/SA15.pdf [...]

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This week's DB is going to focus on the debate over the new Constitution. Use the Document Set 4 and information from the lessons to educate yourself about the crisis of the 1780s, the reasons for the calling of a constitutional convention, and the ensuing debate over the new Constitution. This is not a research assignment. Please use the assigned sources. Next, you are going to write a letter to the editor of your local newspaper responding to either the Patrick Henry or James Madison's document (from Doc. Set 4). You are writing the letter from the perspective of someone who has lived through the Revolution in the 18th century. The purpose of the letter is to persuade others--and especially the representatives of your states--to your position either in favor of ratification or in opposition to ratification of the new Constitution. It's a letter to the editor. How you organize the paragraphs is up to you, but make sure to: Identify who you are and where you live identify what it is you do (ie, occupation) explain your position and reasoning engage and analyze the arguments and evidence presented by both Henry and Madison Make sure the position you take is consistent with how you identify Material to use is: Shaping Americas Final Script Lesson 9 " Winning Independence" Lesson 10 " Inventing A Nation" Lesson 11 " Searching For Stability" Lesson 12 " A Peaceful Transfer of Power" Google information on: "The American Revolution", 1776-1786 "The New Nation", 1786-1800 The Document to use is: (Patrick Henry speaks against constitution, 1788 and James Madison defends the constitution, 1788) Please give a lot of historical content placing yourself at that time and three citations from the material Please can I have the paper by noon

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