The Economic Interpretation of the Constitution of the United States. by Charles A. Beard

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Economic Interpretation of the Constitution of the U.S. The Constitution of the United States is a document that I have studied many times throughout my schooling in historical context. I never thought that the Constitution could be studied as an economic document with the reasons for its ratification being based on the economic interests of those writing it instead of the beneficial interests of the entire country. Charles A. Beard's, An Economic Interpretation of …

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…interests of the colonies came after the economic interests. When studying the Constitution of the United States, looking for another way to see the reasons why it was written could help make it more interesting to study. Maybe one day in the future, a historian will find another way that we can interpret the way and reasons why the Constitution was written and who and why supported it and who and why was against it.