Book Review: "The Bill of Rights, with Writings that formed its Foundation", by Applewood Books

I think the Constitution listed the full Bill of Rights, but this book detailed some additional context around the creation of the national Bill of Rights, including arguments posed at the Constitutional Convention, some Federalist Papers, and the Virginial state bill of rights, which looks rather similar to the federal bill of rights.

I really like the high order of thought, it definitely comes through around what the Founding Fathers were thinking. It's pretty hard to find coherent, long-formed, series-based thought processes these days. I think the ones I've found might be massive wikis like Wikipedia, some philosophy blogs like Aeon, and some journalism sources like ProPublica, and if I find other ones I'll probably pay money for them. It'd be pretty cool to have something like the Federalist Papers be published again in a major newspaper.