Origins and Development of Congress
Congressional Quarterly, 1982 - 346 páginas
Describes early colonial assemblies, the Continental Congress, the Articles of Confederation and the Constitutional Convention and traces the history of the Senate and the House of Representatives
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Revolution and Confederation
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