By Douglass Adair, John Allphin Moore, John Edwin Murphy
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This was the Douglass Adair Symposia, held at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, and Pomona College in Claremont, and the presentations made and commentary offered have been preserved in this anthology. The participants also met with students, business and civic leaders, and the general public in a three-month-long consideration of the Constitution and its future. It is with pride and excitement that we present these essays and commentaries as our contribution to the bicentennial celebration of the Constitution.
A consensus was developing. The Constitutional Convention, which began on May 25, 1787, lasted almost four months yet reached its most crucial decisions almost at the outset. " Thus, the Convention immediately agreed on abandoning, rather than amending, the Articles; on writing a new Constitution; on creating a national government that would be supreme; and on having it consist of three branches. The radical character of this early decision may be best understood by comparing it with the Articles.
It is the challenge taken up by the Douglass Adair Symposia. In fact, Professor Adair would instruct us to share the Founders' insistence, remembering that a democratic republic is a grand yet fragile experiment, demanding the best of every citizen. JOHN ALLPHIN MOORE, JR. JOHN E. MURPHY Page xxi Contributors DAVID L. LEVERING is a professor of history at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. He served as chair of the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing from 1982 to 1984. , director of the Douglass Adair Symposia, is professor of American studies at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, and coauthor with Myron Roberts of The Pursuit of Happiness: Government and Politics in America.
A grand experiment: the constitution at 200 : essays from the Douglass Adair Symposia, Volume 1986 by Douglass Adair, John Allphin Moore, John Edwin Murphy
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