Contents

Chapter 1 Historical interpretation in the United States
Chapter 2 A survey of economic interests in 1787
Chapter 3 The movement for the constitution
Chapter 4 Property safeguard in the election of delegates
Chapter 5 The economic interests of the members of the convention
Chapter 6 The constitution as an economic document
Chapter 7 The political doctrines of the members of the convention
Chapter 8 The process of ratification
Chapter 9 The popular vote of the constitution
Chapter 10 The economics of the vote on the constitution
Chapter 11 The economic conflict over ratification as viewed by contemporaries