The Federalist Papers
Mr. Kesler talked about the book he edited The Federalist Papers, published by Mentor Books. The book contains correspondence and personal… read more
Mr. Kesler talked about the book he edited The Federalist Papers, published by Mentor Books. The book contains correspondence and personal papers of Alexander Hamilton, John Jay, and James Madison written in support of the then-proposed Constitution of the United States. He also spoke about how the Constitution is viewed today and what impact it has on American politics. After his remarks he answered questions from the audience. close
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