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  • The older you get, the smarter you get, says Glenn Farrand, 62, of Ankeny, Iowa.

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  • Max Farrand, ed., The Records of the Federal Convention of 1787, rev. ed. in 4 vols.

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  • Broadwater, Mason, 157–63; Pierce in Farrand III: 94; Mason to George Mason Jr., May 27 and June 1, 1787, PGM III: 884, 892.

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  • Federal Convention debates of July 12, 1787, in Farrand I: 591–97.

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  • Broadwater, Mason, 164–79; Pierce in Farrand III: 94.

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  • “Memorandum for the Maryland Delegates” August 31, 1787, PGM III: 974 and quotation from Madison memo cited at 975; Farrand II: 479.

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  • Pierce in Farrand III: 93; DHRC XV: 146–56 for editorial comment and the first segment of the revised speech.

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  • Ibid., X, 608–09; DHRC XIX: 497–98; Farrand III: 90.

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  • Farrand I: 582–88, 593, and 595 King, from the debates of July 11 and 12, 1787.

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  • On the plan Hamilton presented at the federal Convention, see ibid., n.34 at 2009, and Farrand I: 291–93, esp.

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