50 FREE Constitution / Liberty Videos

These FREE films (courtesy of the United States government and the folks at Archive.org) have to do with the U.S Constitution and freedom. There are some Austrian School economics & Free Market & Capitalism items too, since I think those = freedom, too.

Many of these are gov’t films so your tax dollars already paid for them; you can watch them online or download each movie for viewing later on.

Here’s how to download: on each video’s page you’ll see a menu on the left hand side. Right-click your mouse on the link and choose SAVE AS to download it. MPEG4 (.MP4) is the most popular of the file types:

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  1. 4th grade students learn about U.S. Constitution “Monticello-Brown Summit Elementary school 4th grade students learn about North Carolina and the beginnings of the U.S. Constitution during Constitution Day from a member of the DAR.”
  2. Activist Vs Originalist – Part 1 “A revealing conversation featuring Justice Stephen Breyer and Justice Antonin Scalia regarding different methods of judicial interpretation. The jurists discuss the value of “Purpose and Consequence,” as well as “the living Constitution.”
  3. “Active Liberty” by Mr. Justice [Stephen] Breyer, Part I (2005) (activist Supreme Court Judge)
  4. “Active Liberty” by Mr. Justice [Stephen] Breyer, Part II (2005)
  5. “Active Liberty” by Mr. Justice [Stephen] Breyer, Part III (2005)
  6. Ayn Rand collection
  7. Barriers & Passes, ca. 1939 – ca. 1945 WWII era film on internment of Japanese citizens
  8. Capitalism (1948) “A group of teenagers on a high-school radio program discuss just what capitalism is, seizing onto the example of the butcher who supplies the weenies for their picnic. With Mickey Hugh (Ray Bennett); Franklyn Ferguson (John Howell). Educational Collaborator: James Harvey Dodd, Ph.D., Head, Department of Economics and Business Administration, Mary Washington College, University of Virginia.”
  9. Civil Liberties and National Security (December 9, 2010) “The subject is a hearing on national security and civil liberties. Obviously the first question is, is there a tension between the two, or are there areas of compatibility? The power of what has begun to be termed the imperial presidency grows, and the ability of our democratic institutions, especially the Federal legislative branch, us, to constrain it, seems more uncertain.”
  10. The Common Defense “THE BIG PICTURE pays tribute to the Army, Navy, and Air Force who form a valiant team that continues to discharge with glory its great and proud responsibilities — the common defense of the United States.”
  11. Constitutional Basis for the U.S. Army (July 8, 1987) “This program examines the origins of the Constitution of the United States, which every soldier swears to uphold and defend. the provisions which deal with creation and control of the United States Army are highlighted. Provides a history of the Articles of Confederation, noting its weaknesses which caused problems for General Washington’s Continental Army. as tension between the thirteen states grew, a meeting at Annapolis called for the Constitutional Convention at Philadelphia in may 1787. British and French influence on the framers is explained. Portrays debates among delegates regarding the need for a standing Army under control of the national government. Points out those articles which pertain to the Army and identifies 23 signers as veterans of the revolutionary war. Notes the difficulties involved in ratification by all the states. Explains separation of power between Congress, the President and the Supreme Court as it applies to the Army. The Constitution is a living document whih checks and balances which provide for an enlightened and efficient government.”
  12. Constitutionality of the Individual Mandate (Part 1 of 2) (February 16, 2011) Committee on the Judiciary. “As the Framers of the Constitution understood, Congress has an independent duty to examine the constitutionality of the legislation it considers. Ideally, we should assess the constitutionality of legislation before it becomes law. However, given the unprecedented nature of the health care law’s individual mandate, it is important that we examine its constitutionality even though it has already been enacted. The individual mandate–which requires all Americans to purchase health insurance–is the foundation of the new health care law. It is also unprecedented. Twenty-seven states are now challenging the constitutionality of the health care law. Two federal district court judges have ruled that the individual mandate is unconstitutional; two have determined that it is not. Ultimately, it will be decided by the Supreme Court. The individual mandate requires Americans to purchase health insurance from a private company. It does not matter whether they want health insurance or can even afford it. Under this law, Americans must either obtain insurance or pay a penalty. But the Constitution, which creates a federal government of limited, enumerated powers, does not necessarily allow Congress to require individuals to purchase any good or service, including health insurance.”
  13. Constitutionality of the Individual Mandate (Part 2 of 2) (February 16, 2011) Committee on the Judiciary. Part 2 of above.
  14. Constitution Class taught by Michael Badnarik (2003) “The 2004 Libertarian Presidential Candidate, Michael Badnarik teaches his famous class about the Constitution. If you don’t know the difference between a right and a privilege, this is a must see! If you think you know the difference, then answer this question: Is the US a democracy? For the answer (surprisingly), watch this”
  15. Constitution Day Address (2007) Federal Judiciary. “The Constitution of the United States turned 220 on September 17, 2007. This year’s commemoration includes a 37-minute broadcast message from Chief Justice John Roberts Jr.”
  16. Corbett Report Radio 075 – Anarcho-Libertarianism with Walter Block “Tonight we talk to Dr. Walter Block, Professor of Economics at Loyola University and Senior Fellow at the Ludwig von Mises Institute. We discuss positive and negative rights, blackmail, abortion, anarchism, and a host of other contentious issues in this wide-ranging philosophical edition of the broadcast.”
  17. Democracy (1945) “Presents nature of meaning of democracy; develops keen appreciation for meaning of democracy by analyzing 4 major concepts on which exists substantial body of general agreement. Points out that true democracy is characterized by at least 2 signs. “
  18. Don’t Tread On Me: Rise of the Republic “Support the film makers, please purchase an offical copy with DVD extras and bonus material. From the Tea Party Movement to State Legislators, the American people are drawing a line in the sand. On what side of it will you stand? Has the government our Founders created been forgotten by Washington DC? Is a Patriot Uprising ready to capture the spirit of 1776? “Don’t Tread On Me: Rise of the Republic” gives the viewer a look into the movements, mindset, and legislation that will catapult the “Great Restoration” into households across America. What is the choke-collar the Federal Government uses to reign in the States? Are the States sovereign or subjects of Washington DC? What did the Founders foresee and how did they seek to protect us from a tyrannical government? “Don’t Tread On Me: Rise of the Republic” exposes the commerce clause, defines Sovereignty, the proper role of government, a Constitutional Militia and much more. “Don’t Tread On Me: Rise of the Republic” offers sound solutions to take back rights stolen by our out-of-control, despotic federal government. “Don’t Tread On Me: Rise of the Republic” will educate, inspire, and activate a nation desperately seeking direction. What side of the line will you stand?”
  19. Despotism (1946) “Measures how a society ranks on a spectrum stretching from democracy to despotism. Explains how societies and nations can be measured by the degree that power is concentrated and respect for the individual is restricted. Where does your community, state and nation stand on these scales?”
  20. Dr. Ron Paul speaks at Liberty University Feb. 08 2008 “U.S. Congressman Ron Paul, Republican candidate for president, speaks at Friday’s convocation service in the Vines Center of Liberty University.”
  21. Gibbons v. Ogden (1977) Judicial Conference of the United States. “Presents a conflict between the States and Congress over the authority to regulate commerce. In this case, which linked States’ authority to license steamboats in federal waters with a seemingly unrelated issue, slavery, Chief Justice Marshall interpreted the Constitution to give the Federal Government the duty to determine the rules of commerce and established how to lay the foundation for an American common market nearly a century before Europe enjoyed it.”
  22. Hayek Lecture (October 27, 2010) “This is a video of the 2010 Hayek Lecture at the Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building, London School of Economics which was given by Professor Jesús Huerta de Soto.”
  23. The House I Live In (1945) “Frank Sinatra teaches some young boys a lesson about tolerance.”
  24. I’m In Love With Friedrich Hayek “A love song for economist Friedrich Hayek by Dorian Electra.”
  25. In Defense of the Constitution:1787-1987 Guest: Burns, James MacGregor (American Political Leadership)
    Theme: The Consitution Date: 1987-05-10
  26. In Our Hands, Part 1: How We Got What We Have (1950) “How economic progress comes from the accumulation of privately owned tools of production; demonstrates the need for tools by showing a young couple with their infant child in a wilderness with nothing but natural resources and their hands.”
  27. In Our Hands, Part 2: What We Have (1950) “Strengths of the American free enterprise system and how it meets the needs of its citizens.”
  28. In Our Hands, Part 3: How To Lose What We Have (1950) “Drama of an authoritarian (probably Communist-type) coup in the U.S., assisted by apathy, an indifference to federal intervention in community affairs, and lack of economic incentive.”
  29. In Our Hands, Part 4: How to Keep What We Have (1950) “How a limited government and private control over labor, resources and tools can stave off a Communist takeover of the U.S.”
  30. I.O.U.S.A. “I.O.U.S.A. examines the rapidly growing national debt and its consequences for the United States and its citizens”
  31. It’s Everybody’s Business (1954) “John Sutherland produced animated short that shows the history of how business began in America starting from the colonial period to the uses of modern technology assembly lines the 1950s”
  32. Jim Greenfield-Commerce Clause The Commerce Clause – “The power to regulate commerce between the states. Has the Supreme Court let congress grasp too much power from the states using the commerce Clause?”
  33. Know Your Rights #62 National Defense Authorization Act continued (2012) “Ron continues talking about the National Defense Authorization Act signed by President Obama on New Years Eve and what it means to the rights of US citizens.”
  34. Living Within Our Means (1975) Guest: Friedman, Milton Theme: Public Affairs
  35. Look at Capitalism, A (1955) “Economic lecture on the merits and workings of capitalism. With Prof. Clifton L. Ganus of Harding College, Searcy, Ark.”
  36. McCulloch v. Maryland (1977) Judicial Conference of the United States. “Can states tax the operations of the federal government? In this unpopular decision, the Supreme Court dealt a great blow to a claim of states’ rights by striking down a state’s attempt to interfere with a legitimate federal activity.”
  37. Make Mine Freedom (1948) “This Cold War-era cartoon uses humor to tout the dangers of Communism and the benefits of capitalism.”
  38. Marbury v. Madison (1977) Judicial Conference of the United States. “Who determines what the Constitution means—what is and is not constitutional? In this 1803 case the Supreme Court established its responsibility to review the constitutionality of acts of Congress. President John Adams appointed Federalist William Marbury as justice of the peace, but failed to deliver Marbury’s official commission before President Jefferson and the Democratic-Republicans took over the administration. Marbury asked the Supreme Court to order Jefferson’s Secretary of State, James Madison, to deliver the commission. Marbury’s demand precipitated a confrontation between Chief Justice Marshall and President Thomas Jefferson. The Supreme Court held that it did not have jurisdiction and declared that the law permitting the Court to hear the case was unconstitutional.”
  39. Monopoly Men (1999) “During the Wilson presidency, the U.S. government sanctions the creation of the Federal Reserve. Thought by many to be a government organization maintained to provide financial accountability in the event of a domestic depression, the actual business of the Fed is shrouded in secrecy.”
  40. NASA Destination Tomorrow – DT11 – Charters of Freedom (6/1/2004) “NASA Destination Tomorrow Segment describing how NASA atmospheric scientists contributed to the conservation of the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights.”
  41. A Nobel Laureate on the American Economy (1977) Guest: Friedman, Milton (Economics) Theme: Public Affairs Date: 1977-05-03
  42. Our Bill Of Rights (1940) “Presents the arguments both for and against the addition of the first ten amendments, the Bill of Rights, to the Constitution. Portrays Franklin, Washington and others in their historic roles.”
  43. Powers of Congress, The (1947) “Mr. Williams drops off to sleep for a few minutes to find himself confronted with a world in which Congress has been suspended and federal authority dissolved.”
  44. Preamble To Peace “An examination of the meaning and application of the United States Constitution and its Preamble.”
  45. Principles In Liberty 40: Thomas E Woods & Ron Paul speeches 05-22-2009
  46. A Promise of Freedom (2007) Department of Homeland Security. Now THAT’S irony. “‘A Promise of Freedom’ is a 12 minute film based on the National Constitution Center’s ‘Freedom Rising.’ It focuses on the history and founding of our nation and the important rights and responsibilities of U.S. citizenship. The discussion booklet outlines concepts from that film.”
  47. The Rights of Criminals vs. The Rights of Citizens Guest: Wachtler, Sol Theme: The Law Date: 1982-07-02
  48. Round and Round (Widgets) (1939) “Highly simplified explanation of free-enterprise economics that fails to mention the idea of profit.”
  49. Road to serfdom “An illustrated rendition of F.A. Hayek’s famous classic. You can find webpages with the original pages and videos using straight copies of the images. I decided to go for a cleaner, more elegant look. It took a bit more effort but I did it. If you don’t like the voiceover, hit the mute button.”
  50. Ron Paul Rally Crowd Philladelphia 2007-11-10-A “Pan of the crowd at Ron Paul 2008 Republican Presidential Rally, Independence Hall Philadelphia Pa. November 10, 2007”
  51. Secure the Blessings (1951) “Shows how American schoolchildren are taught the value of democracy, freedom and good citizenship.”
  52. Story of Enterprise (1955) “How a young couple parlays their frozen custard booth into a multimillion dollar business and constructs a parable of capitalist economics. With Prof. Clifton L. Ganus of Harding College, Searcy, Arkansas.”
  53. The Tea Party: defenders of the American Dream? Institute of Ideas. “Battle of Ideas 2011, 29th October 2011, Royal College of Art, London”
  54. Tea Party Movement Videos There are only about 50 I think. You can upload your own. Would be a nice counterbalance to the more than 3,000 Islamic Jihad and beheading videos on Archive.org
  55. Tom Schuler, Cobbler-Statesman (1958) “This animated film tells the story of Tom Schuler, an ordinary cobbler of the revolutionary era, who played a small but vital role in the history of our nation. As a private citizen, Tom Schuler took an avid interest in the many problems that faced the Colonies after revolutionary war, particularly on the issue of federal and states rights. He was elected as a delegate to the state convention for the ratification of the proposed Constitution of the United States. at the convention, Tom made noteable contributions in the formulation of the Bill of Rights, and in the enunciation of the rights and responsibilities inherent to local state governments within the structure of a central federal government. The theme is developed just as Tom Schuler did in his time, there is no limit as to what we as private citizens can do to improve the american way of life by taking an interest and accepting our responsibilities in solving the many problems facing our country.”
  56. United States v. Aaron Burr Judicial Conference of the United States. “Dramatizes the trial of Aaron Burr, presided over by Chief Justice John Marshall. Strictly adhering to the Constitution, Marshall stepped between Burr and death, and the doors were closed against government abuse of the treason charge.”
  57. What Is Money? (1947) “Following the journey of a five-dollar bill through many transactions, the film shows how money functions as a standard of value and future payment, a storehouse of value and a convenient medium of exchange.”
  58. Your Thrift Habits (1948) “Modern-day moral tale resembling Ben Franklin’s autobiography.”


Here are 50+ US Constitution-related e-books for FREE download at Archive.org (which I’m not affiliated with, by the way). There’s a menu on the left-side for each of these book’s webpages. If you click on a link for one of the e-book formats (like for Kindle), it creates the file on-the-fly so be patient when downloading.

If you find one you like, why don’t you leave a review & that will help another poor, gun-and-religion-clinging poor unfortunate American to find it in the future. 😀

  1. Annotated Constitution of the United States (1891) Baker, Andrew Jackson, 1832-; United States. Constitution
  2. The beginnings of American nationality : the constitutional relations between the Continental Congress and the colonies and states from 1774 to 1789 / by Albion W. Small (1890) vol 01 United States. Continental Congress
  3. Biographical story of the Constitution, a study of the growth of the American Union (1910) Elliott, Edward
  4. A brief exposition of the Constitution of the United States for the use of common schools (1862) Hart, John S. (John Seely), 1810-1877; United States. Constitution
  5. Capital and Interest von Bohm Bawerk, Eugen
  6. “The great economist and finance minister of the Austro-Hungarian Empire is a pillar of the Austrian School. As a champion of the new marginalist school, this great work brought him more fame than even Carl Menger had in his day.”

  7. Commentaries on the Constitution of the United States : with a preliminary review of the constitutional history of the colonies and states before the adoption of the Constitution (1891) Story, Joseph, 1779-1845; Bigelow, Melville Madison, 1846-1921; United States. Constitution
  8. Common sense : addressed to the inhabitants of America, on the following interesting subjects. I. Of the origin and design of government in general, with concise remarks on the English constitution. II. Of monarchy and hereditary succession ; III. Thoughts on the present state of American affairs ; IV. Of the present ability of America, with some miscellaneous reflections (MDCCLXXVI [1776]) Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809; John Adams Library (Boston Public Library) BRL; Adams, John, 1735-1826, former owner.
  9. Constitutional history of the United States from their Declaration of Independence to the close of their Civil War (1889) Curtis, George Ticknor, 1812-1894
  10. Course in American citizenship in the grades for the public schools of Iowa (1921) Iowa. Dept. of Public Instruction.
  11. A defence of the constitutions of government of the United States of America (1788) Vol 01 Adams, John, 1735-1826
  12. Debates and other proceedings of the Convention of Virginia : convened at Richmond, on Monday the second day of June, 1788, for the purpose of deliberating on the Constitution recommended by the grand Federal convention. To which is prefixed the federal Constitiution (1805) Virginia; John Adams Library (Boston Public Library) BRL; United States. Constitution; Robertson, David, of Petersburg, Va; Adams, John, 1735-1826, former owner; Adams, John Quincy, 1767-1848, former owner
  13. Democracy In America — Volume 1 (1997) Tocqueville, Alexis de, 1805-1859
  14. Development of constitutional guarantees of liberty (1957) Pound, Roscoe
  15. Egalitarianism As A Revolt Against Nature Rothbard, Murray N. “With all the political books out there, each with a partisan spin, it’s wonderful to read a thinker who doesn’t fear exposing the errors of left and right, measuring anyone and everyone against the great benchmark of the idea of liberty.”
  16. Elementary catechism on the Constitution of the United States : for the use of schools (1828) Stansbury, Arthur J. (Arthur Joseph), 1781-1865
  17. The fathers of the constitution; a chronicle of the establishment of the Union (1921) Farrand, Max, 1869-1945; Paltsits, Victor Hugo, 1867-1952
  18. The Federalist : a commentary on the Constitution of the United States ; a collection of essays (1904) United States. Constitution; Hamilton, Alexander, 1757-1804; Madison, James, 1751-1836; Jay, John, 1745-1829; Hamilton, John C. (John Church), 1792-1882; Durand, Asher B., 1796-1886
  19. First and fifth: with some excursions into others ([1960])
  20. Good citizenship (1908) Cleveland, Grover, 1837-1908.
  21. Great Americans speak : short speeches that have shaped our destiny (1948) Packard, Frederick Clifton, 1899-
  22. Great debates in American history : from the debates in the British Parliament on the Colonial stamp act (1764-1765) to the debates in Congress at the close of the Taft administration (1912-1913) (c1913) vol 01 Miller, Marion Mills, 1864-1949; United States. Congress; Great Britain. Parliament
  23. History of the origin, formation, and adoption of the Constitution of the United States : with notices of its principal framers (1854) Curtis, George Ticknor, 1812-1894
  24. Human Action: Scholars Edition von Mises, Ludwig. “Human Action: A Treatise on Economics is the magnum opus of the Austrian economist Ludwig von Mises. It presents a case for laissez-faire capitalism based on Mises’ praxeology, or rational investigation of human decision-making. It rejects positivism within economics. It defends an a priori epistemology and underpins praxeology with a foundation of methodological individualism and laws of apodictic certainty. Mises argues that the free-market economy not only outdistances any government-planned system, but ultimately serves as the foundation of civilization itself.”
  25. Human Action: Study Guide Murphy, Robert P. “Human Action is the core text of the Austrian School and the most rigorous and extended defense of the free economy ever written. And the Guide, years in preparation, opens it up as never before.”
  26. Introduction to the proposed Bill of Rights Madison, James. “Speech by James Madison to the House of Representatives introducing the proposed Bill of Rights on June 8, 1789.” [pdf]
  27. An introduction to the theory of value on the lines of Menger, Wieser, and Bohm-Bawerk (1891) Smart, William, 1853-1915
  28. James Madison’s notes of debates in the Federal convention of 1787 and their relation to a more perfect society of nations (1918) Scott, James Brown, 1866-1943
  29. Journals of the Continental Congress, 1774-1789 (1904) vol 01 United States. Continental Congress; Ford, Worthington Chauncey, 1858-1941; Hunt, Gaillard, 1862-1924; Fitzpatrick, John Clement, 1876-1940; Hill, Roscoe R., b. 1880; Harris, Kenneth E., 1943-; Tilley, Steven D., 1947-; Library of Congress. Manuscript Division
  30. Letters of members of the Continental Congress (1921) Burnett, Edmund Cody, 1864-1949.
  31. Magna carta commemoration essays (1917) Malden, Henry Elliot; Royal Historical Society (Great Britain)
  32. Liberty under law [electronic resource] : an interpretation of the principles of our constitutional government (1922) Taft, William H. (William Howard), 1857-1930
  33. Man, Economy, and State with Power and Market Rothbard, Murray N.
  34. Manual of the Constitution of the United States (c1900) Andrews, Israel Ward, 1815-1888; Morris, Homer
  35. Mises: The Last Knight of Liberalism Hulsmann, Jorg Guido “Ludwig von Misesâs colleagues in Europe called him the ‘last knight of liberalism’ because he was the champion of an ideal of liberty they consider dead and gone in an age of central planning and socialism of all varieties. During his lifetime, they were largely correct. And thus the subtitle of this book. ”
  36. The Nature of a Freeman (1944) “Army Talks Vol. II. No. 14; April 5, 1944”
  37. Nobel prize-winning economist oral history transcript (1983) Hayek, Friedrich A. “Transcript of a 15.25-hour interview completed under the auspices of the UCLA Oral History Program and the Pacific Academy of Advanced Studies. Hayek discusses with Craver and eight other interviewers his early years and education in Austria; his studies in law, economics, psychology, and political science; teaching at the London School of Economics; and his many publications, including The road to serfdom”
  38. The origin and growth of the American Constitution; an historical treatise in which the documentary evidence as to the making of the entirely new plan of federal government embodied in the existing Constitution of the United States, is, for the first time, set forth as a complete and consistent whole (1911) Taylor, Hannis, 1851-1922
  39. Political and civil rights in the United States ([1952]) Table of Contents, Chapter I: The Right to Security of the Person, Chapter II: Fairness in Governmental Procedures, Chapter III: The Right of Franchise, Chapter IV: Freedom of Speech: Right of Political Organization and Political Expression, Chapter V: Freedom of Speech: Untruthful and Harmful Communication, Chapter VI: Freedom of Speech: Control Over the Specific Media of Communication, Chapter VII: Academic Freedom, Chapter VIII: Freedom of Religion, Chapter IX: Discrimination Table of Cases Index
  40. The privileges and immunities of state citizenship [electronic resource] (1918) Howell, Roger, b. 1895. “”
  41. The proposed amendments to the Constitution of the United States during the first century of its history (1897) Ames, Herman Vandenburg, 1865-1935
  42. Religion and the law of church and state and the Supreme Court ([1962]) Kurland, Philip B
  43. The rise of religious liberty in America : a history (1902) Cobb, Sanford H. (Sanford Hoadley), 1838-1910
  44. Religious liberty in the United States (1896) Straus, Oscar S. (Oscar Solomon), 1850-1926
  45. Secret journals of the acts and proceedings of Congress : from the first meeting thereof to the dissolution of the Confederation (1820) vol 01 United States. Continental Congress; Adams, John, 1735-1826, former owner. MB (BRL); John Adams Library (Boston Public Library) MB (BRL)
  46. The real authorship of the Constitution of the United States explained (1912)
  47. Sources of our liberties: documentary origins of individual liberties in the United States Constitution and Bill of rights ([1959]) Perry, Richard L.
  48. Road to reaction (1963) Finer, Herman, 1898-1969. “Published to criticize … fallacies of Hayek’s The road to serfdom.”
  49. Theory and History von Mises, Ludwig. “Here Mises defends his all-important idea of methodological dualism: one approach to the hard sciences and another for the social sciences. He defends the epistemological status of economic proposition. He has his most extended analysis of those who want to claim that there is more than one logical structure by which we think about reality. He grabbles with the problem of determinism and free will. And presents philosophy of history and historical research. Overall, this is a tremendously lucid defense of the fundamental Misesian approach to social philosophy.”
  50. The Theory of Money and Credit von Mises, Ludwig. “In this work, Mises looks at the nature and value of money, and its effect on determining monetary policy. Included is his regression theorem, that tries to explain why money is demanded in its own right, as moneys at first glance do not serve a consumable need. Mises explained that moneys only can come about after there has been a demand for the money commodity in a barter economy.”
  51. War Department Training Manual TM 2000-25: Citizenship Issued November 30, 1928. Supersedes “Manual of Citizenship Training.” Includes Constitution of the United States: edited by Harry Atwood. SuDoc number: W 1.23:2000-25
  52. The writings of James Madison : comprising his public papers and his private correspondence, including numerous letters and documents now for the first time printed (1900) Vol 01 Madison, James, 1751-1836; Hunt, Gaillard, 1862-1924.

… next week’s post will be about the Declaration of Independence & Revolutionary War.

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