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by Marian Klamkin
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KLAMKIN, MARIAN (Author) Charles Scribner's Sons (Publisher). Dominant political leadership and political integration in a transitional society China, Chiang Kai-Shek and Mao Tse-Tung, 1935-1949. Imperial War Museums home Connect with IWM.
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Marian Klamkin, whose previously published works include W h i t e House China and American Patriotic and Political China, is an authority on patriotic collectibles. In T h e R e t u r n o f Lafayette, she has demonstrated again her interest in patriotic mementoes; she has illustrated the book with eighty black and white photos which provide examples of some of the multitudinous medals, ribbons, buttons, flasks, plates, platters, plaques, jugs, pitchers, and the like which were created to memorialize Lafayette’s visit. But mostly Klamkin’s book is. a. day by day and town by town description.
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American Revolution Dec 12 th 1787 Pennsylvania becomes the second. state to ratify the Constitution, by a vote of 46 to 23. Pennsylvania was the first large state to ratify, as well as the first state to endure a serious Anti-Federalist challenge to ratification. Pennsylvania was the most ethnically and religiously diverse state in the new nation. One-third of Pennsylvania’s population was German-speaking, and the Constitution was printed in German for the purposes of involving that population in the debate.