Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Thomas Jefferson and the Principles of '98 - Segment 3 Part 1

Check out the complete lecture, it's well worth the time.

In this third segment, Prof. Woods explains why Jefferson rejected the notion that the federal government gets to be the exclusive judge as to the scope of its powers. States existed before and were not created by the federal government. He reads directly from the Kentucky Resolution of 1798. Thomas Jefferson and the Principles of '98. The third segment in the first series of ten lectures, presented at "The Truth About American History: An Austro-Jeffersonian Perspective" seminar, hosted by the Mises Institute. Recorded 06/20/2005.

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