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$ 20.00

The American Revolution

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In 1776, the second Continental Congress proclaimed American independence. But it would take seven years and the loss of many thousands of lives for independence to become a reality. Thus was the United States born - from the dream of freedom and the dignity of man.


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$ 100.00

Giants of Political Thought

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Government and politics have a daily influence on our lives. The authority and responsibilities given to government affect not only our social customs but our prosperity and our freedom. The Giants of Political Thought series introduces you to the most influential thinkers on this subject through a series of dramatic presentations that explain their major works. You will gain a clear and relevant overview of their most important ideas and how they have helped to shape political history. Francis Bacon said that knowledge is power. But we often don’t have time to read and gain all the knowledge we would like. These audiobooks are an easy and entertaining way to broaden your mind and your awareness of great ideas. So listen, for the power of your mind. Authors include: Thomas Paine, Thomas Jefferson, Henry David Thoreau, William Lloyd Garrison, Adam Smith, John Stuart Mill, Mary Wollstonecraft, Karl Marx, Friedrich Engels, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, John Jay, Niccolò Machiavelli, Étienne de la Boétie, Edmund Burke, Thomas Hobbes, John Locke, and Alexis de Tocqueville, with additional materials by Ralph Raico, George H. Smith, David Gordon, and Wendy McElroy.


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$ 25.00

The US Constitution

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The United States Constitution Boxed Set includes: The Constitutional Convention, The Ratification Debates, The Text of the United States Constitution, and The Bill of Rights and Additional Amendments In 1783, as America emerged from a long and bitter war for independence, men like Thomas Jefferson saw the possibility of something new under the sun: a government which derived its just power from the consent of those governed. A convention was formed in Philadelphia, and after more than three months of passionate debate, conflict, and compromise, the United States Constitution was passed. It then went through a further series of refinements as the thirteen states debated the terms of its ratification. The U. S. Constitution established a strong central government and also protected state sovereignty. But to say that something is of two parts is not to say that the parts are equal. Over and over, the delegates clashed over the rights and powers of these two parts. Slavery, a bill of rights, legislative representation—all the battles over these issues are enshrined in the language of the Constitution. This presentation will help you to fully appreciate the Constitution by better understanding the questions it sought to resolve.


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