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Beard. In 1913, Beard compiled diverse scholarly views and documents regarding the founding of the Constitution consequently referred to as 'The Economic Interpretation of the Constitution.' Beard's arguments have not been refuted until this day.
Beard's thesis suggests that, although he is not meaning to imply that the Federalists created the constitution for personal benefits, the prime beneficiaries under the passage of the Constitution would have been those with commercial and financial interests to safeguard.