The Following Is A Fair Comparison of Some of the Most Prominent Points in the Two Constitutions. Constitution of the Regular Convention. The Declaration of Rights Does Not Contain the Express Statement That All Men Are Created Free and Equal, or That the Government Shall Be A Democracy. People's Constitution. The Declaration of Rights Sets Forth That All Men Are Created Equal, and That the Government Shall Be A Democracy

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Publisher: [Providence : s.n., 1842]
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