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55 delegates signed the Constitution in 1787. Ugh Duhh ! Yeah Stoopid ! cnt believe yall dnt know that easy question ! STUPID IDIOT !

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it was NOT 55. It was 39 delegates who signed the constitution on September17, 1787

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