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title:“James McClurg to James Madison”
authors:James McClurg
date written:1787-8-22

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McClurg, James. "Letter to James Madison." The Records of the Federal Convention of 1787. Vol. 3. Ed. Max Farrand. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1911. Print.

James McClurg to James Madison (August 22, 1787)

Richmond Augt. 22. 87.
I have so much pleasure from your communications, that I shall be careful to acknowledge the receipt of them, with a view to secure their continuance.
I have still some hope that I shall hear from you of ye reinstatement of ye Negative — as it is certainly ye only mean by which the several Legislatures can be restrain'd from disturbing ye order & harmony of ye whole, & ye Governmt. render'd properly national, & one. I should suppose yt some of its former opponents must by this time have seen ye necessity of advocating it, if they wish to support their own principles.

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