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234: Meaning and the Revolution

by Philosophy Talk

What are the fundamental philosophies embedded in the American Revolution?
Genre: Spoken Word: Comedy
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1. 234: Meaning and the Revolution (feat. Jack Rakove)
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The American Revolution was saturated with meaning and ambiguity, from the words of the Declaration of Independence, to the beliefs of the founding fathers, to the vagueness, hedges, and contradictions of the Constitution on which the possibility of union between slave and free states rested. Ken and John examine the personalities, philosophies, and documents of the American Revolution with Pulitzer Prize winning Stanford historian Jack Rakove, author of Revolutionaries: A New History of the Invention of America.


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