Pope, Jeremy C.; Treier, Shawn
Previous work measuring the voting patterns of the delegates to the Constitutional Convention largely focused on either individual delegate positions for a handful of key votes or on state delegation positions for a far broader set of votes. We remedy this limitation by modeling the key first two months of the Convention including both some
individual-level and all delegation-level voting, while simultaneously estimating the effect of various economic interests on that voting, controlling for...[Show more]
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