by William G. Hyland Jr.
Why George Mason rightly deserves to be considered one of the fathers of our national government.
SOURCE: Pinsker Blog
by Matthew Pinsker
Critics have argued that in a recent NYT op ed Wilentz glossed over the pro-slavery dimensions of the 1787 Constitution. His response?
Why We Shouldn’t Think for a Moment that James Madison’s Notes on the Constitutional Convention Were Objective
by Mary Sarah Bilder
Madison’s narrative was always that of James Madison, a member. Continuing for a half century after 1787, he struggled to understand what had happened that summer. Worth knowing this Constitution Day!
Was Thomas Jefferson Right? Can We Guarantee Our Pursuit of Equal Happiness by Canceling All Our Debts Every Nineteen Years?
by Thomas Fleming
James Madison thought he was horribly wrong. Pope Francis, who has called for the redistribution of wealth, should understand why.
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