General George Washington
This individual, a farmer, attends the Convention as a representative from Virginia. He is one of the most respected delegates.
This delegate from Virginia is an intelligent political theorist who keeps detailed notes from the Convention proceedings and assists two of his colleagues in writing the anonymous Federalist Papers in favor of the new Constitution.
This character is a young lawyer who represents New York at the Convention, and serves as an aide to a General during the Revolutionary War.
At the time of the Convention, this individual is an old man in poor health who is the President of Pennsylvania. During the Convention, he offers wise counsel and calm words.
New Hampshire Delegates
This group arrives several weeks after the Convention begins.
This group has a member who protests the proposed Constitution, as well as a...
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