Mary Stuart Blakely Fisher, MD 1922-2006
- Shaping the Constitution in Philadelphia After Independence, the weakness of the Federal government dismayed a band of ardent patriots, so under Washington's leadership a stronger Constitution was written. Almost immediately, comrades discovered they had wanted the same thing for different reasons, so during the formative period they struggled to reshape future directions . Moving the Capitol from Philadelphia to the Potomac proved curiously central to all this.
- Mary Stuart Blakely Fisher, 1922-2006 MD Photos It's hard to speak of her in anything but superlatives.