This is the fourteenth volume of the series Perspectives on the American Revolution, and this book, like its predecessors, publishes essays that were presented first at a symposium sponsored by the United States Capitol Historical Society. Thus, here we have essays from ten scholars, encompassing historians (Kenneth R. Bowling, Saul Cornell, Paul Finkelman, Forrest McDonald, Whitman H. Ridgway, and Lois G. Schwoerer), political scientists (Michael Lienesch and Donald S. Lutz), and lawyers (Akhil Reed Amar and Bernard Schwartz), who bring multiple interests and perspectives to the table.
Jacob Katz Cogan, Book Review, 107 Va. Mag. Hist. & Biography 105 (1999) (reviewing The Bill of Rights: Government Prescribed).