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Abraham Clark

Clark, Abraham (1726–94), political leader during the American Revolutionary War, member of the 1776 Continental Congress, and a New Jersey signer of the Declaration of Independence. After the Revolution, he called for a bill of rights to be included in the projected U.S. Constitution and earned his nickname, the “Poor Man's Counselor,” by defending poor farmers in land cases.

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