REFERENCES
(off site)

 

Freedom to Read
(Statement of the American Library Association)

Franklin D. Roosevelt State of the Union Address 1944
(FDR proposes an economic Bill of Rights)

A Century of Lawmaking for A New Nations: U.S Congressional Documents and Debates
(Library of Congress)

Thomas Jefferson
(Library of Congress)

Papers of George Washington
(University of Virginia)
http://gwpapers.virginia.edu/

James Madison
(University of Virginia)

Alexander Hamilton
(New-York Historical Society)

Benjamin Franklin
(University of Delaware)

Meet the Founding Fathers
(National Archives)

The Constitutional Convention
(Teaching American History)