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11-21-20 Liberty Lost – From the Beginning

Liberty Lost: From the Beginning  Liberty Lost

Liberty Lost from the beginning of the implementation of the Constitution of 1787. Now I am hearing the outcries of all those modern stalwarts of the US Constitution, “Tom, How Dare you say Liberty Lost from the beginning when the Constitution is the securer of our Liberty?”

I can only make the statement of Liberty Lost based on the comments and testimony of someone who was at the Convention of 1787. Our guest for this program is a forgotten soul. He is an uncelebrated war hero, a political leader and a person of great means and ability. He makes this comment in one of his early commentaries on the Constitution which he was able to debate in person: Continue reading

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