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Between the end of the War of Independence and the Constitutional Convention the new United States was plagued by problems. The Articles of Confederation were not up to solving them.
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I get the feeling there's going to be a few supplemental episodes. There's a need at least.
20 May 2014 at 08:06 AM
I love your podcasts. I have quick question that might have been answered already:
Are you going to stop at the French Revolution, or are you going to try other historically significant revolutions like (in chronological order) the Meiji Restoration, the Xinhai Revolution, and the Russian Revolution?
20 May 2014 at 10:48 AM
Here's your answer Alex.
20 May 2014 at 12:47 PM
Love your work! Btw, the word for paper money is "scrip" (without the "t") - as opposed to "specie" for coin.
Walter Egeault |
20 May 2014 at 01:57 PM
The court of St. James (!?!?!?!?!?) Don't you mean that Adams was a diplomat to the court of King George?
P.S. Your donation tab refuses to accept my Wells Fargo Visa card information
Karen L. Jackson |
20 May 2014 at 04:44 PM
"Court of St. James" is the proper term for the royal court. It is named for St. James Palace, seat of the diplomatic corps.
Steve Beattie |
21 May 2014 at 12:15 AM
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