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Celebrating the Constitution's B-day

Celebrating the Constitution's B-day

On this day in 1787, our founders signed the Constitution in Philadelphia, Pa. Who were these men and how is it that they created what is now the world's oldest (and best) Constitution? Dr. Larry Arnn, President of Hillsdale College, tells the story...and tells it like no one else can.
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Thomas Paine: The Man Washington Said Started the American Revolution

Thomas Paine: The Man Washington Said Started the American Revolution

We hear Thomas Paine...from the grave, and a reading from his still very relevant pamphlet that started the American Revolution: Common Sense. This forever changed not just the way America viewed monarchies, but the whole world.
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Paul Revere's Ride

Paul Revere's Ride

In this dramatic reading, American poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow immortalized Old North Church and Paul Revere in American folklore and cemented their place in American history.
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A Cuisine Unlike Any Other: The Food Culture of New Orleans

A Cuisine Unlike Any Other: The Food Culture of New Orleans

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