Dear Grandmother, I'm sorry I haven't written you, but I've been very busy working at the convention. I am worried about our country, Grandmother. My friend Linus says that if these men don't agree fairly soon, this convention and then maybe even the whole country will collapse. It's been very, very hot here, and twelve of the delegates have already gone home. Those who are left are debating about things like slavery, and the Bill of Rights, and a bunch of other things, too. Linus ...