Companion piece Chapter 2, Part 2 and Chapter 3

RP headshot better(continuing from Chapter 2, Part 1 of History of the 1787 Constitutional Convention as Presented in 1787 the Musical – We Wrote the Constitutionfrom playwright Robert Picklesimer : Who didn’t make the cut? … Which delegates were still important figures but needed to be cut for expediency? …
Livingston of New Jersey I had originally considered because of his prestige, but Paterson said all that was necessary for New Jersey, and William Samuel Johnson of Connecticut had as his only importance the chairing of the final Committee on Style, which finalized the Constitution as we know it, but neither of these men made even the first cut.

(more about development of the musical – follow the chain of links to the remainder of Chapter 2 and all of Chapter 3)

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