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Deficiencies of the Confederation

Introduction
1.Alexander Hamilton to Gov. George Clinton, 13 Feb. 1778
2.Alexander Hamilton to James Duane, 3 Sept. 1780
3.Robert Morris, Circular to the Governors of the States, 25 July 1781
4.Gouverneur Morris to John Jay, 1 Jan. 1783
5.James Madison, Notes on Debates in Congress, 28 Jan. 1783
6.James Madison, Notes on Debates in Congress, 21 Feb. 1783
7.Robert Morris to the President of Congress, 17 Mar. 1783
8.Richard Henry Lee to Samuel Adams, 14 Mar. 1785
9.George Washington to James Warren, 7 Oct. 1785
10.Rufus King to Elbridge Gerry, 30 Apr. 1786
11.George Washington to John Jay, 1 Aug. 1786
12.Continental Congress, Report on Proposed Amendments, 7 Aug. 1786
13.John Jay to Thomas Jefferson, 27 Oct. 1786
14.Samuel Osgood to John Adams, 14 Nov. 1786
15.John Jay to George Washington, 7 Jan. 1787
16.James Madison, Vices of the Political System of the United States, Apr. 1787
17.James Madison to George Washington, 16 Apr. 1787
18.Richard Henry Lee to George Mason, 15 May 1787
19.Edward Carrington to Thomas Jefferson, 9 June 1787
20.Thomas Jefferson to Edward Carrington, 4 Aug. 1787
21.Alexander Hamilton, Federalist, no. 15, 90--98, 1 Dec. 1787
22.Alexander Hamilton, Federalist, no. 21, 129--33, 12 Dec. 1787
23.Alexander Hamilton, Federalist, no. 22, 135--41, 143--46, 14 Dec. 1787
24.Centinel, no. 6, 22 Dec. 1787
25.Federal Farmer, no. 17, 23 Jan. 1788
26.A Plebeian, An Address to the People of the State of New-York, Spring 1788
27.Impartial Examiner, no. 5, 18 June 1788
28.David Humphreys to Thomas Jefferson, 29 Nov. 1788
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