The Papers of James Madison, Volume 6: 1 January 1783-30 April 1783
by James Madison
edited by William T. Hutchinson and William M. E. Rachal
University of Chicago Press, 1969
Cloth: 978-0-226-36298-4

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
During the first four months of 1783, when the United States was neither wholly at war nor wholly at peace, a cluster of difficult problems confronted James Madison and his fellow delegates in Congress. Faced with the interlocking issues of finance, demobilization, and foreign affairs, Congress held many contentious sessions early in the year. The sparseness of the official journal enhances the value of the notes on debates, recorded by Madison, for illuminating the discussions.

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