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Our growing collection of Project 76 webisodes, bringing American History to life for the first time ever and delivered directly to your desktop or mobile computing device.

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How Congress Snatched The Power To Own Lands-Project 76

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The audio edition is an entertaining ride through the history of the Confederation, the Constitution’s ratification and the early days of land policy of the American West.

Patrick Henry Fears For America If She Loses Her Virtue

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Patrick Henry is thought of today as a loud yet eloquent promoter of what today’s libertarians call “liberty” as though that ideal of freedom from oppressive States is in concert with today’s lust for no State. In one of Henry’s final acts of devotion to his countrymen he wrote a letter to Archibald Blair laying out his fears for the young union’s future.

James Madison Explains the President’s War Powers

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James Madison’s chief concern in this letter is that the separation of powers, ordered by The Constitution is being sacrificed to John Adams’ quest for power and his abuse of the Executive

The Founders Knew The Constitution Needed Amending in 1801 But Failed to Act

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this marvelous letter from Edmund Pendleton is almost like reading the blogs of modern day “republicans”. That our Founders saw the dangers inherent in the general government formed under the Constitution will come as a shock to many

Project ’76 Presents-James Madison Confronts John Adams “Monster”

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n this Project ’76 Webisode, you’ll learn the chain of events that led James Madison & Thomas Jefferson to the conclusion that the Constitution was in peril and the Revolution undone by Congress’s actions over Aliens and sedition, requested by President John Adams

Project ’76 – Militias Are Good & They’re Good For You Too – Part II

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Writer/Director/Narrator Mike Church takes you on an exciting, audio journey back to 1788 to hear the great Patrick Henry launch his opposition to ratifying the U.S. Constitution and his primary concern for doing so was… he feared the new government would abolish the militias and then the right to bear arms outside of a standing army.

Project ’76 Download-Militias Are Good & They’re Good For You Too

$4.99

Writer/Director/Narrator Mike Church takes you on an exciting, audio journey back to 1788 to hear the great Patrick Henry launch his opposition to ratifying the U.S. Constitution and his primary concern for doing so was… he feared the new government would abolish the militias and then the right to bear arms outside of a standing army.

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