OT - * A Good Source Of Federalist Information, It is Informative and Historical * --

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If you have an interest in American history and especially American historical documents this web site has much to offer. From these papers and other documents you can draw upon the wisdom and perceptions of those who so eloquently expressed the thoughts of their day.

Access to the documents does not require registration.

Here is the link to The Federalist Documents page:

Link to Documents

A free registration is required for the regular newsletter, etc.

Here is the link to The Federalist.com: Current Edition and e-mail newsletter:

Link to Registration Page for Current Edition

-- snooze button (alarmclock_2000@yahoo.com), February 01, 2000


In over a decade of researching similar text on the internet, I would say that the Constitution Society's Liberty Library is perhaps the best site for classic reference text on Constitutional thought. You can find them at http://www.constitution.org/liberlib.htm Be patient. Sometimes the index takes a bit of time to download.

-- marsh (siskfarm@snowcrest.net), February 01, 2000.

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