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An Economic Interpretation of the Ratification of the Federal Constitution in North Carolina Part III

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The final installment of this piece, the first part appeared in the January issue of this volume and the second in July, covering the economic and social disparities between Federalists and Anti-Federalists participating not in the Hillsboro Convention as covered in the first two articles but the Fayetteville Convention of 1789. The author compares the two opposing sides in attendance but also the Fayetteville attendees against the Hillsboro delegation.