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How did the founding fathers come to agree on the Constitution despite many differences of opinion?


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2005-09-30 01:37:51
2005-09-30 01:37:51

Not all of them did. A number of delegates left the convention because they could not support the constitution that was taking shape. For those who did stay though, the answer is a profound willingness to compromise. Michael Montagne


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