21. A Union Without Power
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21. A Union Without Power

Today’s lecture basically is titled “A Union Without Power.” In past years I’ve titled it, “Powers — “Problems of the Confederation,” and you’ll see why, by the end of the lecture. On Tuesday I started to talk about the larger question of the legacy of the Revolution and the process of governance, and I started […]

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UNITED STATES BILL of RIGHTS – WikiVidi Documentary
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UNITED STATES BILL of RIGHTS – WikiVidi Documentary

WikiVidi.com United States Bill of Rights The Bill of Rights is the first ten amendments to the United States Constitution. Proposed following the often bitter 1787–88 battle over ratification of the U.S. Constitution, and crafted to address the objections raised by Anti-Federalists, the Bill of Rights amendments add to the Constitution specific guarantees of personal […]

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22. The Road to a Constitutional Convention
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22. The Road to a Constitutional Convention

Prof: Coming in to the home stretch. We’re moving towards the Constitution; it’s kind of amazing, kind of weird. And so, as a matter of fact, that’s what we’re going to be doing with today’s lecture, which is going to get us on the road to the Federal Convention. Now just a quick review before […]

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Missouri Government and Politics: Lecture 3 – Constitution

(jazzy electronic music) – Well, welcome back. We’ve talked about political ideology, Missouri being a conservative state. We’ve also talked about political culture in terms of Missouri being an individualistic and traditionalistic state. Before we get started on the constitution, does anybody have any questions for the material that we’ve covered? Carlos? No. I don’t […]

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23. Creating a Constitution
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23. Creating a Constitution

Prof: Before we begin, I have to make a true confession to you, my class, because you’re my class, and I have been confessing things all semester but this is– I basically set myself up for this failure and then realized– at the end of the class someone came up to me and asked me […]

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Scalia: Women’s Rights Not In Constitution
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Scalia: Women’s Rights Not In Constitution

justice antonin scalia is particularly justice he claims to be very principled and uh… arguable respectively combo unicef that is not true is not going is not principle uh… and explain why right that he recently said at the university of california since college of law speech if the car society wants outlaw discrimination by […]

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