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Alfie Abdul-Rahman

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Dr Alfie Abdul-Rahman is a Lecturer in Computer Science at the Department of Informatics, King's College London. Her research interests include information visualization, human-computer interaction, user-centered design of visualization applications, and user studies and evaluation.

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Description: An amendment to the United States Constitution to abolish slavery introduced during the American Civil War.

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Description: An amendment to the Constitution of the United States that granted citizenship and equal rights, both civil and legal, to Black Americans, including those who had been emancipated by the thirteenth amendment.

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Description: Twelve articles of amendment to the Constitution, introduced in September 1789 by Congress.

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Description: The Wyoming Constitution Convention began September 2, 1889 without the authorization from an enabling act. The articles were individually voted on, creating the final Constitution of Wyoming on September 30, 1889. It was later ratified on November 5, 1889.

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Description: Washington's first constitutional convention met between July and August 1889 to draft the state's foundational text.

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Description: The Forum for Political Dialogue met between 1996 and 1998 in Belfast as part of the negotiations that led to the Good Friday Agreement.

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Description: A model of this round of all-party talks, often known as the "Mitchell Talks", is forthcoming in Autumn 2024.

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Description: Dublin Forum convened by the Government of the Republic of Ireland

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Description: The International Body on Arms Decommissioning was appointed as part of the twin-track process. It was led by the people who would later become the Independent Chairmen of the 1996-1998 peace talks. They produced the Mitchell report, which set out, amongst other recommendations, a list of principles which all parties signed up to as the basis for the talks.

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Description: IN THE FINAL STAGES OF EDITING A series of talks launched by Peter Brooke, Secretary of State for Northern in Ireland, which began in April 1991, and were carried on intermittently by Brooke and his successor, Patrick Mayhew, until November 1992.

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Description: The PDF scans of the 1911 publication, The Records of the Federal Convention of 1787, edited by Max Farrand (New Haven: Yale University Press)

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Description: The ConSource.org edition of Madison's Notes and other papers.

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Description: In 1819 John Quincy Adams oversaw a printed publication of the Journal of the Convention. This collection holds links to the Archive.org copy.

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Description: In 1819 John Quincy Adams oversaw a printed publication of the Journal of the Convention. This is a manuscript copy of the journal from that time, a draft of what was published.

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Description: This collection holds links to the Library of Congress scan of its microfilm photographs of Madison's personal record recording the work of the Constitutional Convention.

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Description: Constitutional History in the news and in scholarship, and news about the Quill platform and the Negotiated Texts Network.

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Description: A collection of news items related to the Quill project.

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Description: William B. Ewald, Professor of Law and Philosophy, University of Pennsylvania Law School

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Description: A collection of primary source material detailing the state of the convention between 14 and 25 May, 1787. People include George Washington, James Madison, Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, Richard Price, Thomas Jordan, Arthur Lee, John Dickinson, George Mason, Rufus King, Jeremiah Wadsworth, and George Read.

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Description: A collection of handwritten primary source material pertaining to the deliberations of the Committee of Detail. People include John Jay, George Washington, Richard Caswell, R.D. Spaight, Alexander Martin, James Monroe, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and James McClurg.

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Description: A collection of printed primary source material pertaining to drafts of the Constitution between August and September, 1787. This collection includes printed drafts with handwritten annotations produced by the convention; for handwritten drafts by the Committee of Detail, see "The Meeting of the Committee of Detail" resource collection.

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Description: Analysis of Historical Society of Pennsylvania Item 1663: "United States Constitution first manuscript draft by James Wilson, 1787."

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Description: Issues highlighted by the 2016 editorial team.

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Description: Quill 2016 Edition

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