Today in History
March 04, 1789
Supreme Law of the Land
Originally written during the summer of 1787, the U.S. Constitution is not ratified until squabbles among delegates over states' rights, representation and slavery were quelled and a Bill of Rights promised. Congress designates March 4, 1789, the day the Constitution and the new government take hold.
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Statesmen, soldiers and spies who made America and the way they lived
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