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CONTENTS OF THE SERIES
VOL. I. COLONIAL RIGHTS THE REVOLUTION-THE
Introduction by HENRY CABOT LODGE, LL.D., Senator from
VOL. II. FOREIGN RELATIONS, PART 1.
Introduction by WILLIAM JENNINGS. BRYAN, LL.D., Secre-
VOL. III. FOREIGN RELATIONS, PART-2
Introduction by THEODORE ROOSEVELT, LL.D.; Ex-President
VOL. IV. SLAVERY FROM 1790 TO 1857.
Introduction by CHARLES FRANCIS ADAMS, LL.D., Author
VOL. V. STATE RIGHTS [1798-1861] AND SLAVERY
Introduction by ETHELBERT D. WARFIELD, LL.D., President
VOL. VI. THE CIVIL WAR.
Introduction by HENRY WATTERSON, LL.D., Editor of the
VOL. VII. CIVIL RIGHTS, PART 1.
Introduction by WOODROW WILSON, LL.D., President of the
VOL. VIII. CIVIL RIGHTS, PART 2.
Introduction by WALTER HINES PAGE, LL.D., American
VOL. IX. DEPARTMENTS OF GOVERNMENT.
Introduction by WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT, LL.D., Ex-Presi-
VOL. X. ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL QUESTIONS, PART 1.
VOL. XI. ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL QUESTIONS, PART 2.
VOL. XII. REVENUE: TARIFF AND TAXATION.
VOL. XIII. FINANCE, PART 1.
Introduction by THEODORE E. BURTON, LL.D., Senator from
VOL. XIV FINANCE, PART 2.
Introduction by: IRVING FISHER, Ph.D., Professor of Po-
I. THE STAMP ACT (Debates in Parliament and Colonial As-
Debate in the House of Commons between Sir CHARLES TOWN-
Arguments against the Act by JAMES OTIS (Mass.), JOHN
II. THE SUPREMACY OF PARLIAMENT (Debates in Parlia
Debate in the Commons on the Right to Tax America: in
Debate in the Commons on the Repeal of the Stamp Act: in
Debate in the Lords on the Supremacy of Parliament: in
III. "NO TAXATION WITHOUT REPRESENTATION" (Con-
Controversy over the "Townshend Taxes" between Lord
Arguments against the Taxes by JOSIAH QUINCY, JR. (Mass.),
Col. BARRÉ, and PATRICK HENRY (Va.)
Debate in the First Continental Congress over Royal Govern-
Addresses of the Congress: to the British people, drafted by
IV. FORCE OR CONCILIATION? (Debates in the British Parlia-
Debate in the Lords on the Removal of Troops from Boston:
Tilt in the Lords between Lord CHATHAM and Lord SAND-
Lord NORTH, and EDMUND BURKE.
BURKE'S great speech on "Conciliation with America."
V. COLONIES VS. PARLIAMENT (American Debates and
Speech of JAMES WILSON in the Pennsylvania Assembly: "Inv
Debate in the Virginia Convention on PATRICK HENRY's reso-
VI. COLONIES VS. THE CROWN (Speeches and Debates on the
The Mecklenburgh (N. C.) Declaration of Independence.
(Pa.) in his "Common Sense.''
Address of Judge WILLIAM HENRY DRAYTON (S. C.) on
Declaration of Rights by Virginia, drafted by GEORGE MASON.
(Va.), declaring American Independence: in favor, Mr. LEE,
VII. THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE
Original and Final Drafts of the Declaration.
Speech of SAMUEL ADAMS (Mass.) on "American Independ-
VIII. REVOLUTION OR REBELLION?
Speeches in Parliament by Lord CHATHAM, Ch
PAINE (Pa.) on Great Britain's Refusal to
CONTENTS OF VOLUME ONE
IX. THE CONFEDERATION
Debate in Congress on report of Committee to Draft Articles
Text of the Articles.
Speech of Dr. David RAMSEY (S. C.) on "Our Independent
"An Appeal to National Honor" (in regard to National Rev-
enue), by OLIVER ELLSWORTH (Ct.), JAMES MADISON (Va.),
Speech of Lord SHEFFIELD in opposition to Commercial Treaty
Ordinance of 1787, organizing the Northwest Territory.
X. THE CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION
Plan of a Constitution by PELATIAH WEBSTER (Pa.).
Plans of Government presented in the Constitutional Conven-
XI. PEOPLE OR STATES?
Debate in the Constitutional Convention on the "Jersey Plan”
XII. STRONG OR WEAK GOVERNMENT?
Debate in the Constitutional Convention on the "Virginia