Twenty-nine men gathered in the Pennsylvania State House and elected George Washington the convention’s president. Four days later, a Virginia representative proposed Madison’s plan to the assembled delegates. As Madison took notes, Governor Edmund Randolph described a government of three branches.
Unframed archival print, limited edition, signed by artist at the bottom
Size: 15" w x 10" h
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