Veronica Lodge; Mr. Lodge; Mrs. Lodge; Archie Andrews; Mr. Cooper; Betty Cooper; Mrs. Cooper; Jughead Jones; Mr. Weatherbee; Professor Flutesnoot; George Washington
Mr. Lodge, delegate to the Constitutional Convention. arrives in Philadelphia with his wife and daughter. Meanwhile, Mr. Weatherbee and Professor Flutesnoot argue over Federalist views and George Washington arrives in the city.
Mr. Weatherbee; Miss Grundy; Chuck Clayton; Archie Andrews; Veronica Lodge; Betty Cooper; Mrs. Lodge; Mr. Lodge; Jughead Jones
Mr. Weatherbee looks for an editorial to accompany Chuck's Federalist political cartoon. Later, Archie accompanies the Lodges to the theater when a fire breaks out. Noticing the teamwork of the bucket brigade, Archie makes a comparison to the states, giving Mr. Weatherbee the basis for his editorial.
George Washington; Benjamin Franklin; other Convention delegates; Mr. Lodge; Veronica Lodge; Reggie Mantle; Mr. Mantle; Mrs. Lodge; Archie Andrews; Mr. Weatherbee; Betty Cooper; Jughead Jones
The Lodges leave the Cooper Inn for the Mantle estate, where Reggie and Veronica meet and Mr. Lodge and Mr. Mantle discuss the Great Compromise. Then, Convention notes are left at the inn and Reggie plans to hand them over to the Anti-Federalist Flutesnoot.
Archie Andrews; Betty Cooper; Reggie Mantle; Jughead Jones; Mr. Lodge; Mr. Weatherbee; Professor Flutesnoot; Veronica Lodge; Mrs. Lodge; Miss Grundy; Chuck Clayton
Reggie steals the Convention notes, but Jughead's runaway pigs allow Archie to retrieve the papers. In September, the Constitution is finished and Mr. Weatherbee's newspaper is one of the first to publish it. Professor Flutesnoot challenges the lack of a Bill of Rights and the Lodges return to Virginia.