The Genius of the People As it Revealed Itself in the Strange Mix of Bankers, Farmers, Politicians, Merchants, Scholars and Generals Who Struggled Throughout the Long Summer of 1787 to Construct a Constitution Unique in the History of Nations. Charles L. Mee Jr.

The Genius of the People As it Revealed Itself in the Strange Mix of Bankers, Farmers, Politicians, Merchants, Scholars and Generals Who Struggled Throughout the Long Summer of 1787 to Construct a Constitution Unique in the History of Nations

Hardcover, New York: Harper & Row, 1987. First Edition; First Printing. Near Fine in Very Good+ dust jacket. First Edition with full numberline. "The Genius of the People is an exceptionally clear, vigorous and timely account of how our national government came to be born during the Constitutional Convention of 1787." Ships same or next business day. Spine is slightly skewed and loose. Small bumps on spine ends. Light soiling to edges of pages. Dust jacket protected in archival cover. DJ has minor edge and shelf wear. Small creases on corners and spine ends. Slightly yellowed on flaps. Tiny puncture on front cover near fore-edge. Thin scratches on back cover. ; B&W Illustrations; Large 8vo 9" - 10" tall; 348 pages. [Item #71927]

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