Founding Fathers Forum: reply to constitutional convention, connecticut
Posted by: Sarah (sarahkm00@ThisIsToPreventSpam-879-RemoveThis.hotmail.com) on 3 Oct 2003 at 7:06:03 AM
Connecticut Delligates went to the Constitutional Convention because they believed it was the right thing to do. Connecticut believed that if they had not been there, larger states would have tried to take it over. They believed that a Constitution was the only way to make sure human rights were finalized.. this is where the Bill of Rights comes into play.
I'm doing a paper on Connecticut and the Constitutional Convention, so if you need any help, e-mail me back...
In-Reply-To: Does anyone know why the Connecticut delligates went to the Constitutional Convention???? posted
by kat on 6:31:32 PM 4 Nov 2002
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