This program reminds us that the Founders and the Anti-federalist in particular saw that Liberty was the substantial purpose of government. It was the merchants in England that were more worried about their pockets and the king as well as Parliament concerned about paying off war debt the American Colonies were a cash cow for them.
Segment 1: In this program we hear from the only female Anti-federalist who was a prolific writer and sat in the council of the likes of Samuel Adams. Then we have Cato getting into the full mix with the Anti-federalist article Cato V.
Let’s then consider in Segment 2 what is the confusion of the Cuba connection announced by the reigning despot and hearing from Patrick Henry regarding the Consolidated government under the Constitution of 1787.
Lastly in Segment 3, discussion of the letter that Sam Adams wrote to Daniel Webster.