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Liberty Chronicles, Ep 26; The Constitution as Counter-Revolution, with Sheldon Richman
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Liberty Chronicles, Ep 26; The Constitution as Counter-Revolution, with Sheldon Richman

Anthony Comegna: Libertarians understand better than most that history is something built from the bottom up, from the innumerable and largely unnoticed stream of individual choices, actions, and events. Yet even we have a tendency to fall for mythological history

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SJSU Constitution Day 2019
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SJSU Constitution Day 2019

Every September, San Jose State University celebrates the U.S. Constitution on “Constitution Day” In 2019, we celebrate the First Amendment right to petition the government for a redress of grievances We’ll be on campus to help you contact your elected

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POLS 15 Separation of Powers / Checks and Balances
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POLS 15 Separation of Powers / Checks and Balances

[music] In this lecture, we’ll be discussing the system of separation of powers and checks and balances established by the Constitution. The framers believed that if one person or one institution gained too much power, they would abuse that power

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What Price Will Your Children Pay For Our Mistakes? | John Anderson | POLITICS | Rubin Report
Undergraduate Politics and IR at Exeter
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Undergraduate Politics and IR at Exeter

The Political Science department at the University of Exeter is consistently ranked amongst the top in the UK. It’s also a very big and diverse environment where you can study all the subfields of political science from terrorism studies to

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Episode 140: The Constitution in Practice: From Liberty to Leviathan (with Roger Pilon)
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Episode 140: The Constitution in Practice: From Liberty to Leviathan (with Roger Pilon)

Aaron Ross Powell: Welcome to Free Thoughts from libertarianism.org and the Cato Institute, I’m Aaron Powell. Trevor Burrus: And I’m Trevor Burrus. Aaron Ross Powell: And today, because America demanded it, we are back with more Roger Pilon. He is

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Episode 139: The Philosophical Foundations of the Constitution (with Roger Pilon)
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Episode 139: The Philosophical Foundations of the Constitution (with Roger Pilon)

Aaron Powell: Welcome to Free Thoughts from Libertarianism.org and the Cato Institute, I’m Aaron Powell. Trevor Burrus: And I’m Trevor Burrus. Aaron Powell: Joining us today is our colleague Roger Pilon, he’s the Vice President for Legal Affairs and founding

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Episode 121: How Well Does the Constitution Protect Liberty? (with Sheldon Richman)
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Episode 121: How Well Does the Constitution Protect Liberty? (with Sheldon Richman)

Aaron Ross Powell: Welcome to Free Thoughts from Libertarianism.org and the Cato Institute. I’m Aaron Powell. Trevor Burrus: I’m Trevor Burrus. Aaron Ross Powell: And our guest today is Sheldon Richman. He’s the keeper of the blog Free Association at

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Professor Sukkary Reacts to 2012 Presidential Election Results
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Professor Sukkary Reacts to 2012 Presidential Election Results

Greetings from Sacramento, California where it’s 9:30 p.m. local time! It looks like President Obama has been re-elected. The Democrats will continue to control the Senate and the Republicans will continue to control the House, which means we’ll continue to

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Historian: Correcting The Myths of The Electoral College | Tara Ross | POLITICS | Rubin Report