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A guide to documenting US history

November 15, 2009

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Twelve years ago, Stanford history professor Jack N. Rakove won a Pulitzer Prize for “Original Meanings, a scholarly work about the forces that shaped the Constitution. Now he has produced a guide for the general reader, “The Annotated U.S. Constitution and Declaration of Independence ’’ (Belknap). It proceeds on twin tracks: Rakove’s annotations explicate the often turgid text that appears ... (Full article: 101 words)

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