[act-ma] 7/4 Politics of a New Natin: The Ratification of the Constition and the Bill of Rights on FSU-Radio
David O. Knuttunen
webmaster at dsaboston.org
Mon Jul 2 11:56:03 PDT 2012
Wed 7/4 7:00 pm USA Eastern Time on OB RADIO (http://obr.fm <http://obr.fm/>
Politics of a New Nation: The Ratification of the Constitution and the Bill
with Lester "Africanus" Lee
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>From its beginnings, the U.S. Constitution was wrapped in controversy. The
Philadelphia Convention of 1787 was not even intended to form a new
Constitution, but only to revise the former Articles of Confederation. Many
delegates objected to, and feared the strong Federal government created by
the Constitution, and only were convinced to endorse it by the promise that
a Bill of Rights would be forthcoming. Others of the "Founding Fathers"
actually believed that including a Bill of Rights would weaken people's
rights, by implying that the government could abrogate any rights not
In honor of Independence Day, Historian Lester "Africanus" Lee, in his
second appearance on Free School University Radio, will help us plumb some
of the history and politics of our Nation's founding document in our Fourth
of July show.
Lester "Africanus" Lee has studied at Antioch College, The University of
The Bologna Center, Bologna, Italy (Johns Hopkins University), and the Johns
Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies. He is a Senior
Lecturer of History at Suffolk University.
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