American ideals founding a "Republic of Virtue"

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American ideals founding a "Republic of Virtue"
2004
Corporate Authors: 
Teaching Company
Place Published: 
Chantilly, VA
Publisher: 
Teaching Co
ISBN: 
1565858964
Edition: 
Library ed
Description: 
6 sound discs (ca. 360 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 course guidebook (22 cm.)
Notes: 
Compact discs.
disc 1. lecture 1. The Colonists as faithful subjects -- lecture 2. Colonial constitutions and their inspiration -- disc 2. lecture 3. Who "founded" the United Sates? -- lecture 4. Taxation without representation -- disc 3. lecture 5. The Declaration of independence -- lecture 6. The Royalist view of the revolution -- disc 4. lecture 7. The Articles of confederation -- lecture 8. The Constitution of the United States, pt. 1 -- disc 5. lecture 9. The Constitution of the United States, pt. 2 -- lecture 10. Publius -- disc. 6. lecture 11. With liberty and justice for all -- lecture 12. Paine and Burke.
Explores the principles that guided the founding of the United States, the conditions that led to the break with Great Britain, and the creation of such founding documents as the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution.
Author: 
Daniel N. Robinson
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I thoroughly enjoyed these audiobooks! If there is a flaw it is that I wanted to hear more. The subject is presented in a manner making it easy to follow the time line of events with historical details of the lives of those involved that make it live. Professor Robinson has a wonderful style and a clear and pleasant voice.
An excellent, informative and entertaining series.