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A Front Row Seat at the 1787 Constitutional Convention with Richard Hall, the Director and Co-Producer of the four-part series, Confounding Father: A Contrarian View of the U.S. Constitution (2020)

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A Front Row Seat at the 1787 Constitutional Convention with Richard Hall, the Director and Co-Producer of the four-part series, Confounding Father: A Contrarian View of the U.S. Constitution (2020)

A Front Row Seat at the 1787 Constitutional Convention: Richard Hall, the Director and Co-Producer of the four-part series, Confounding Father: A Contrarian View of the U.S. Constitution (2020) takes you and host Richard Levick back to 1787 and the debate over the Electoral College, the three-fifths clause, the fugitive slave clause, the continuation of the African slave trade, an Executive elected with no term limits, a ban on paper money, vast Presidential pardon powers, an ineffective and nearly impossible to complete impeachment process and more. What would have happened if skeptical Maryland delegate Luther Martin had not left Philadelphia early, who had much different views on these issues? Listen here

 

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