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Introduction to the Federalist – Watching.ml

Hillsdale College’s John Miller hosts a sequence of podcasts on the good books for National Review. NR compiles the podcasts on this internet web page (along with entry and subscription to the podcasts in the quite a few podcast sorts). There is a wealth of riches proper right here. You will want to scroll by way of the guidelines to uncover these you want to take in, resembling Assumption College’s Professor Dan Mahoney on The Gulag Archipelago.

In the podcast posted this earlier January 30, John interviews Claremont McKenna College Professor Charles Kesler and Claremont Review of Books editor Charles Kesler on the Federalist Papers. Charles wrote the introduction and notes for Clinton Rossiter’s model of the Federalist Papers. He is conscious of what he is talking about and he is a pure coach. This is an introduction that pleases whereas it instructs.

Quotable quote: “The Constitution doesn’t make clear itself. What The Federalist makes particular is that there is a constitutionalism implicit in it.”

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