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Creating the U.S. Constitution

America's search for a plan of national government was a slow, difficult process. Compromise, cooperation, and creativity were required as the Americans moved from being colonials in a patriarchal monarchy to citizen-leaders in a representative republic of federal states. Most of this process took place in the midst of a long, revolutionary war. Not only were these "the times that try men's souls," in the words of Thomas Paine, they were also the times that tested Americans' intellects and practical political skills in creating a strong, national, republican government.

Take home treasures "wrapped up in thousands of years of history and culture." - Museums Los Angeles