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Kaminski, John P.; Saladino, Gaspare J.; Leffler, Richard (ed.) / Commentaries on the Constitution, public and private. Volume 4: 1 February to 31 March 1788
16 (1986)

[Index],   pp. 609-652 ff.


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INDEX
207, 208, 215, 255, 369n, 384-85,
410, 414, 425, 429, 443-44, 506, 512,
529; in France, 142, 170; America as
asylum of, 210; suppression of news-
papers endangers, 223n, 543, 549,
553, 581, 586; denial that states are a
better protection for than one united
government, 236, 409-10, 437, 439;
American Revolution fought for, 274-
75, 283, 521; freedom of the press pro-
tects, 561n, 573. See also Army, stand-
ing; Bill of rights; Social compact
CIVIL WAR, 409; danger of if Constitu-
tion is not ratified by most states, 21,
282, 462, 488; danger of if Constitu-
tion is rejected, 22, 178, 299, 410, 437,
534; danger from Constitution's pro-
vision protecting states from domestic
insurrections, 40, 41-42, 42; denial
that Antifederalists favor, 57; danger
of if Constitution is ratified, 60, 159,
161n, 222n, 240, 365, 528; danger of
from abandonment of ratification pro-
cedure set by Articles, 91-92; Antifed-
eralists accused of fomenting, 115,
258-60, 486n-87n, 525; danger of
without Union, 141. See also Carlisle,
Pa.; Insurrections, domestic; Shays's
Rebellion; Violence
"Civis" (David Ramsay), 21-27
CLARK, JOHN (Pa.): id., 531n
-letter from: quoted, 531n
CLARKE, AMBROSE (Md.), 79
CLASSICAL ArrxQurry: Aesop, 54, 56n,
320; Mark Antony, 275; Apollo, 361;
Brutii, 288; Julius Caesar, 275, 288;
Cambyses, 446n; Cato, 288; Ceres,
361; Cicero, 119; Cyrus, 446n; Dar-
ius, 446n; Decemviri, 401; Decii, 288;
Demosthenes, 119; Euripides, 517,
517n; Fabius, 465; Herodotus, 446n;
Horace, 517, 517n; Hydra, 547;
Janus, 340n; Magus, 446n; Octavius,
275; Pactolus River, 277; Periander,
443; Plato, 17; Pomona, 361; Rubi-
con, 298; Sejanus, 288; Socrates, 112;
Solon, 119, 194, 295; Styx, 248; Tro-
jan horse, 57. See also Governments,
ancient and modern; History
CLAYPOOLE (Pa.): See Dunlap and Clay-
poole
CLERGY: support Constitution, 170, 190-
91, 464n. See also Religion
CLINTON, GEORGE (N.Y.; CC:Vol. 1,
141n), 241n, 394n, 400; thought to be
an Antifederalist, 12, 308, 462, 534;
influence of, 308; attacked, 375
-letter to, 481
CLYMER, GEORGE* (Pa.; CC:Vol. 2,
488n): id., 303n; 78n, 302; in Pa. As-
sembly on printers' petition, 562n,
563, 564
CoERCIVE POWER, 243, 478; lack of was
a defect of Confederation Congress,
81-82, 82, 205-6, 436; governments
need, 225, 226; debate in Constitu-
tional Convention on, 271n, 418, 419-
20
COLLIN, NICHOLAs (Pa.; CC:Vol. 1,
290n), 503n
-letter from, 503
CouLms, JOHN (R.I.), 533
CoLuMnA, S.C., 516
"A COLUMBIAN PATRIOT" (Mercy War-
ren), 272-89
COMMERCE, 99, 130, 240, 277-78, 392,
500; danger to from admiralty courts
under Constitution, 8-9; of South, 12-
14; debate over Constitution's provi-
sions providing for regulation of by a
simple majority of Congress, 13, 13-
14, 21n, 24-25, 115, 153, 157-58,
162, 204-5, 208n, 262, 380, 386, 446;
British restrictions on, 14; 15n-16n,
73, 380-81; will improve under Con-
stitution, 14-15, 25-26, 105, 208,
229-31, 236, 321, 361, 368-69, 409,
441, 511, 512; debate over in Consti-
tutional Convention, 15n, 32, 208n,
272n; problems with under Confeder-
ation, 23, 204, 205, 206, 208, 236,
277-78, 360n, 374n, 409, 446, 512;
debate over Congress' power under
Constitution to grant exclusive privi-
leges, 67n, 68, 380; with France, 70,
72; debate over knowledge needed by
U.S. House of Representatives to reg-
ulate, 99, 130; with China, 104n, 529;
commercial states object to loss of state
imposts under Constitution, 115; and
possible conflict with agriculture, 197-
98; importance of, 197, 198, 351;
smuggling will decrease under Consti-
tution, 327; some states will not ratify
Constitution in order to attract trade,
334; Va. will only grant Congress
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