Newspaper Printing of Constitution Adopted at 1787 Convention
The Maryland Gazette prints the full text of the U.S. Constitution five days after it was adopted by the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia. The Constitution came into effect in 1789 after states ratified it.
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Newspaper Printing of the Constitution
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