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The dissenting opinions of Patrick Henry and others who saw the Constitution as a threat to our hard-won rights and liberties.

Public Domain (P)2016 BN Publishing

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A must read for anyone who’s trying to understand the constitution better

Patrick Henry laid out good questions and Gave answers to things that were left on said in the Federalist papers. Great additional insight into thought processes and it beats of our founding fathers.

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Good Selection Of The Anti-Federalist Papers

This is a good selection of the large and diverse family of newspaper articles, pamphlets, etc, arguing against all or part of the Constitution before its ratification. You clearly see the sentiments that lead to the Bill of Rights. Both The Federalist and the Anti-Federalist Papers made predictions about the future. Both got things right, both got things wrong, but my sense is that The Federalist got more right and less wrong than its opponents. That being said, The Anti-Federalist Papers are crucial to understanding what The Federalist was arguing against, and why. Recommended.

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If Only the Anti Federalists had Prevailed

Many great insights against the original US constitution are presented in this volume. Numerous warnings and predictions therein have indeed come to pass. And if we take into account the "plutocrats" who hold sway over the Republicans and Democrats; our current situation exceeds those predictions!

The US constitution, as we all should know, was conceived in secrecy. There were no "minutes" or formal notes made during its development. There were some attendees who made notes, but there was no provision made for formal minutes or notes. The truth is; the delegates were suppose to rework or adorn the Articles of Confederation, so as too make them fit within the exigencies of post revolution America.

I really appreciate John Klickman for dedicating his time and energy in the reading of this audiobook!

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